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StuiEL H tUicisco Coimmurity College District 

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Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor 



NOTICE OF CLOSED SESSION 
AND REGULAR MEETING 
OF THE GOVERNING BOARD 

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SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 

The Governing Board will meet in Closed 

Session commencing at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, 

October 6, 1981 followed by the Regular 

Meeting at 7:30 p.m., 33 Gough Street, 

San Francisco, CA. 

HERBERT M. SUSSMAN 
CHANCELLOR/SUPERINTENDENT 
SECRETARY, GOVERNING BOARD 



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33 Gough Street 

San Francisco, California 94103 

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Governing Board 

San Francisco Community College District 

Julie Tang. President 

Ernest 'Chuck Ayala. Vice President 

Booker T. Anderson. Jr. Robert E. Burton 

John Riordan Lillian K. Sing Dr. TimWoHred 

Herbert M Sussman, Chancellor 



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Si AGENDA 

ICJlcl&l Regular Meeting 

Governing Board of the San Francisco Community College District 

33 Gough Street 
Tuesday, October 6, 1981 

Closed Session - 5:30 p.m. 
Regular Meeting - 7:30 p.m. 



I. Roll Call 

II. Pledge of Allegiance 

III. Approval of Minute s 

Regular Meetings, September 1 § September 15, 1981 

IV. Governing Board Reports 

V. Reports - Academic Senate, City College 

Faculty Senate, Centers Division 

VI. Adoption of Agenda 

VII. Chance 1 lor/ Superintendent' s Resolutions 

Finance (p ag es 5-44b) 

Bl - Authorization to transfer $200,000 from Appropriation for 
Contingencies to Certificated Salaries and Employee Bene- 
fits, Centers Division, October 1, 1981 to June 30, 1982 

B2 - Authorization to create two Temporary Instructor Schedule I 
positions in the Indochinese Training Project, Community 
College Centers Division, funded by the Department of 
Social Services, State of California, under the provisions 
of the Refugee Act of 1980 - Public Law 96-212 

B3 - Authorization to create six Temporary Instructor Schedule I 
positions, one Temporary Counselor Schedule I position and 
two Temporary Supervisor positions in the CETA- State 
Vocational Education Program, Title II, Public Law 93-203, 
Community College Skills Center, Community College Centers 
Division 

B4 - Authorization to abolish one 1228 Senior Testing Technician 
position and create two Counselor Schedule I positions, 
Community College Centers Division 

B5 - Authorization to transfer $10,640 from Classified Temporary 
Salaries to Classified Permanent Salaries to create and fund 
one Financial Aid Assistant for the Financial Aid Department, 
College Division 






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B6 - Authorization to transfer $245,600 from the Appropriation 

for Contingencies to Classified Salaries and to Certificated 
Salaries, College Division 

B7 - Appropriating $157,096 received from the Chancellor's Office 
of the California Community Colleges under the Vocational 
Education Amendments of 1976 (P. L. 94-482) Subpart 2 (Basic 
Grant-Unrestricted) for fiscal year 1981-82, City College 

B8 - Appropriating $66,027 received from the Chancellor's Office 
of the California Community Colleges under the Vocational 
Education Amendments of 1976 (P. L. 94-482) Subpart 2 (Basic 
Grant- Restricted-Disadvantaged and Handicapped) for fiscal 
year 1981-82, City College 

B9 - Appropriating $24,322 received from the Chancellor's Office 
of the California Community Colleges under the Vocational 
Education Amendments of 1976 (P. L. 94-482) Subpart 3 (Program 
Improvement and Supportive Services) for fiscal year 1981-82, 
City College 

BIO - Appropriating $9,083 received from the Chancellor's Office 
of the California Community Colleges under the Vocational 
Education Amendments of 1976 (P. L. 94-482) Subpart 4 
(Special Programs/ Services for Disadvantaged Persons) for 
fiscal year 1981-82, City College 

Bll - Amending Resolutions No.800819-B5 and 810804-B8 appropriating 
funds from the Chancellor's Office, California Community 
Colleges, Fund for Instructional Improvement for the production 
of a television documentary by substituting $11,200 for the 
period July 1, 1980 to April 30, 1982 in place of $10,000 for 
the period July 1, 1980 to December 31, 1981 

B12 - Authorizing contract with Diane Hambrick, M.D. , to provide 
consultation services to the City College of San Francisco 
Student Health Department, for a maximum of 80 hours, 
October 19, 1981 to June 30, 1982, $3,200. 

B13 - Appropriating $73,150 from the Department of Social Services, 
State of California, for funding an ESL program for Indo- 
chinese Refugees, Community College Centers, October 1, 1981 
through March 31, 1982 

B14 - Appropriating $157,094 of funds approved by the Chancellor's 

Office of the California Community Colleges under the Vocational 
Education Amendments of 1976 (P. L. 94-482) Subpart 2 of Part A - 
Basic Grant-Unrestricted -for the fiscal year 1981-82, 
Community College Centers 

B15 - Appropriating $74,703 of funds approved by the Chancellor's 

Office of the California Community Colleges under the Vocational 
Education Amendments of 1976 (P. L. 94-482) Subpart 2 of Part A - 
Basic Grant-Restricted-Disadvantaged, Limited English Speaking, 
and Handicapped for fiscal year 1981-82, Community College Centers 



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B16 - Appropriating $24,319 of funds approved by the Chancellor's 

Office of the California Community Colleges under the Vocational 
Education Amendments of 1976 (P. L. 94-482) Subpart 3 of Part A - 
Program Improvement and Supportive Services for fiscal year 
1981-82, Community College Centers 

B17 - Appropriation of $9,082 of funds approved by the Chancellor's 

Office of the California Community Colleges under the Vocational 
Education Amendments of 1976 (P. L. 94-482) Subpart 4 of Part A - 
Special Programs for the Disadvantaged for the fiscal year 
1981-82, Community College Centers 

B18 - Appropriating $14,270 of funds approved by the Chancellor's 

Office of the California Community Colleges under the Vocational 
Education Amendments of 1976 (P. L. 94-482) Subpart 5B of Part A 
Consumer Homemaking Education in Economically Depressed Areas 
for fiscal year 1981-82, Community College Centers 

B19 - Authorization to enter into a contract with Canteen Food and 
Vending Service, Division of Canteen Corporation, for vending 
service at the Downtown Community College Center, for the period 
October 1, 1981 to June 30, 1982, Community College Centers 

B20 - Amending Resolution No.810707-B5 authorizing renewal of contract 
with James G. Seely to obtain legal advice by substituting the 
period July 1, 1981 to September 30, 1981 in place of July 1, 1981 
to December 31, 1981; and authorizing a contract with James G. 
Seely to obtain legal advice October 1, 1981 to June 30, 1982, 
District Office 

B21 - Reappropriating $2,000,000 in the Special Reserve Fund to the 
Mission Community College Center 

Equipment, Supplies § Services (Pages 45-49) 

CI - Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
less than $3,000 

C2 - Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
$3,000 or more 

C4 - Encumbrance for work by City Departments 

Personnel 

D - Classified Personnel, 811006D2-17 (Pages 50-66) 
E - Fourth Amendment to the Annual Certificated 

Position Resolution 1981-82, 811006-E1 (Pages 67-68) 
F - Management Personnel, 811006F1-5 (Pages 69-86) 

G - Certificated Personnel, City College, 811006G1-24 (Page 87-101) 
H - Certificated Personnel, Categorically Funded Programs 

City College, 811006-H1 (Pages 102-103) 
J - Certificated Personnel, Categorically Funded Programs 

Centers Division, 811006J1-5 (Pages 104-114) 
K - Certificated Personnel, Centers Division, 811006K1-21 (Pages 115-127) 
L - Tax Sheltered Annuities, 811006-L1 (Page 128-129) 



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Legal (Page 130) 

Ql - Claim of Richard A. Ruvolo against the SFCCD - $2,625.00 

Buildings and Grounds (Pages 131-134) 

Wl - Authorization to enter into a rental agreement with 
St. Benedict Center for the use of space by Galileo 
Community College Center 

W2 - Authorization to exercise options to renew rental 
agreements for the use of space by the Community 
College Centers Division 

W3 - Authorization to enter into a rental agreement with 
Chinese United Methodist Church for the use of space 
by City College of San Francisco 

VIII. Requests to Speak 

IX. Chancellor/Superintendent and Staff Reports 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-B1 

Authorization to transfer $200,000 from Appropriation for 
Contingencies to Certificated Salaries and Employee Benefits, 
Centers Division, October 1, 1981 to June 30, 1982 

President and Members: 

California Education Code Section 85200 reads in part as follows: 
"The total amount budgeted as the proposed expenditure of the community college 
district for each major classification of district expenditures listed in the 
district budget forms prescribed by the board of governors shall be the maximum 
amount which may be expended for that classification of expenditures for the 
school year. Transfers may be made from the undistributed reserve (appropria- 
tion for contingencies) to any expenditure classification or between expenditure 
classifications at any time by written resolution of the board of education of 
any district governed by a board of education, when filed with the county super- 
intendent of schools and the county auditor, or by written resolution of the 
board of trustees of a community college district not governed by a board of 
education, when approved by the county superintendent of schools and filed 
with the county auditor. A resolution providing for the transfer from the 
undistributed reserve (appropriation for contingencies) to any expenditure 
classification must be approved by a two-thirds vote of the members of the 
governing board; a resolution providing for the transfer between expenditure 
classifications must be approved by a majority of the members of the governing 
board." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

WHEREAS: there has been a severe reduction of Federal funds for 
Indochinese refugees, and 

WHEREAS: the State has reduced our allocation of funds for the 

Indochinese Training Project from approximately 
$900,000 to approximately $73,000, and 

WHEREAS: approximately 500 refugees per month continue to be 
flown into California, and 

WHEREAS: these people will be relegated to long term social 
dependency unless they learn English, and 

WHEREAS: our current ESL programs are already impacted, now 
therefore be it 

RESOLVED: That in accordance with Education Code Section 85200, 

transfer be made in the General Fund effective 
October 1, 1981: 



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From: SFCCD Appn. Al 8944 90000 $100,000 

Centers Administration 
Appropriation for Contingencies 

From: SFCCD Appn. Dl 6705 90000 $100,000 

College Administration 
Appropriation for Contingencies 

To: SFCCD Appn. Al 8944 13022 $183,500 

Centers Administration 
Instructors - Hourly 
(Major Budget Classification - Certificated Salaries) 

To: SFCCD Appn. Al 8944 30000 $16,500 

Centers Administration 
Employee Benefits 
(Major Budget Classification - Employee Benefits) 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereby 
authorized to execute all documents necessary to record this transfer 
on the accounts of the San Francisco Controller and the Community 
College District. 

Submitted by, and 
recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



(NOTE: THIS RESOLUTION REQUIRES FIVE (5) AFFIRMATIVE VOTES FOR ADOPTION). 



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ir.o:.or^^lc Governing Board 02 the 

San Francisco Conmunity College District 

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Subject: Resolution Xc. 811006-B2 

Authorization to crer.ee two Temporary Instructor Schedule I 
positions in the Indochinese Training Project, Community 
College Centers Division, funded by the Department of Social 
Services, State of California, under the provisions of the 
Refugee Act of 1980 — Public Law 96-212 

President and Members: 

The Community College Centers Division categorically funded programs' 
certificated personnel are given the same opportunity to become scheduled in- 
structors, counselors and supervisors as the San Francisco Community College 
District certificated staff, when there is a need and it is in the best interests 
of a quality educational program. Therefore, the Community College Centers 
Division is requesting that the above positions be created in a specially funded 
program. 

The funding period for the Indochinese Training Project for the academic 
year 1980-81 was from October 1, 1980 through September 30, 1981. The project 
has been funded for the 1981-82 academic year at approximately 8% of the amount 
of the 1980-81 funding. Therefore, the Indochinese Training Project will have 
only two scheduled positions, compared to the fifteen scheduled positions it 
had for the 1980-81 academic year. 

California Education Code Section 87470 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may employ persons 
possessing an appropriate credential as certificated employees in programs 
and projects to perform services conducted under contract with public or 
private agencies, or other categorically funded projects of indeterminate 
duration. The terms and conditions under which such persons are employed 
shall be mutually agreed upon by the employee and the governing board and 
such agreement shall be reduced to writing. Service pursuant to this section 
shall not be included in computing the service required as a prerequisite to 
attainment of, or eligibility to, classification as a regular employee of a 
community college district..." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective October 1, 1981 through March 31, 1982, 

two Temporary Instructor Schedule I positions be created 
in the Indochinese Training Project, Community College Centers Di- 
vision, to be funded by the Department of Social Services, State of 
California, under the provisions of the Refugee Act of 1980 — Public 
Law 96-212; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the two temporary certificated positions 

created herein are deemed categorically funded 
positions, to be occupied only when services are required and funds 
are provided for the grant program enumerated; 



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FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor/Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby author- 
ized and directed to execute all documents necessary to record the 
creation of these positions on the accounts of the Controller and 
the Community College District. 



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Submitted by, 



Burl A, Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancel lor /Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 



Subject: Resolution No. 811006-B3 

Authorization to create six Temporary Instructor 
Schedule I positions, one Temporary Counselor 
Schedule I position and two Temporary Supervisor 
positions in the CETA-State Vocational Education 
Program, Title II, Public Law 93-203, Community 
College Skills Center, Community College Centers 
Division 

President and Members: 

The Community College Centers Division categorically funded programs' 
certificated personnel are given the same opportunity to become scheduled 
instructors, counselors and supervisors as the San Francisco Community College 
District certificated staff, when there is a need and it is in the best interests 
of a quality educational program. Therefore, the Community College Centers 
Division is requesting that the above positions be created in a specially funded 
program. 

California Education Code Section 87470 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may employ persons 
possessing an appropriate credential as certificated employees in programs 
and projects to perform services conducted under contract with public or 
private agencies, or other categorically funded projects of indeterminate 
duration. The terms and conditions under which such persons are employed 
shall be mutually agreed upon by the employee and the governing board and 
such agreement shall be reduced to writing. Service pursuant to this section 
shall not be included in computing the service required as a prerequisite 
to attainment of, or eligibility to, classification as a regular employee 
of a community college district..." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective October 1, 1981 through September 30, 
1982, six Temporary Instructor Schedule I positions, 
one Temporary Counselor Schedule I position, and two Temporary 
Supervisor positions be created in the Community College Skills 
Center, Community College Centers Division, to be funded by CETA- 
State Vocational Education Program, Title II, Public Law 93-203; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the nine temporary certificated 

positions created herein are deemed 
categorically funded positions, to be occupied only when services 
are required and funds are provided for the grant program enumer- 
ated; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor/Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby author- 
ized and directed to execute all documents necessary to record the 
creation of these positions on the accounts of the Controller and 
the Community College District. 



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Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/ Superintendent 



Submitted by, 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-B4 

Authorization to abolish one 1228 Senior Testing Technician 
position and create two Counselor Schedule I positions, 
Community College Centers Division 

President and Members: 

The Community College Cente: s Divis-ion is hereby requesting that one 
1228 Senior Testing Technician position be abolished and one Counselor Schedule I 
position be created in the Experimental/ Career Guidance Center Program, in order 
to provide a much needed educational component of the Career Guidance Center Pro- 
gram, and one Counselor Schedule I position be created in the Downtown Community 
College Center to provide needed counseling services. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective October 7, 1981, one 1228 Senior Testing 

Technician position be abolished and one Counselor 
Schedule I position be created in the Experimental/Career Guidance 
Center Program and one Counselor Schedule 1 position be created in 
the Downtown Community College Center, Community College Centers 
Division; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That authorization be and is hereby given 

for the following General Fund transfer 
to fund the above positions: 

FROM: SFCCD Appn. Al 8944 13022 $28,839 

Centers Administration - Instructors, Hourly 
(Major Budget Classification - Certificated Salaries) 

FROM: SFCCD Appn. Al 8682 22010 12,285 

Career Guidance Center - 1228 Sr. Testing Technician 
(Major Budget Classification - Classified Salaries) 

TO: SFCCD Appn. Al 8682 12040 $20,562 

Career Guidance Center - Counselors, Schedule I 
(Major Budget Classification - Certificated Salaries) 

TO: SFCCD Appn. Al 8929 12040 20,562 

Downtown CCC - Counselors, Schedule I 
(Major Budget Classification - Certificated Salaries) 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor/Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby author- 
ized to execute all documents necessary to record this transfer on 
the accounts of the San Francisco Controller and the Community Col- 
lege District. 



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Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/ Superintendent 



Submitted by, 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-B5 

Authorization to transfer $10,640 from 

Classified Temporary Salaries to 

Classified Permanent Salaries to create 

and fund one Financial Aid Assistant 

for the Financial Aid Department , College Division 

President and Members: 

Even though the College has budgeted several permanent and temporary 
1487 positions, only two of them are filled on a permanent basis. There has 
been only one Civil Service examination since the 1487 classification was created 
in 1974. Recently, however, the Financial Aid Assistant examination was given 
by Civil Service, and a new eligibility list has become available. 

In view of the continuing need for all the Financial Aid Assistants' 
services, the one remaining temporary position should be deleted and a new 
permanent position should be created with funds transferred from the temporary 
position. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective October 7, 1981, one Financial Aid Assistant 

position be created for City College of San Francisco in 
the Financial Aid Department; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That authorization is hereby given for the 

following General Fund transfer to fund the 
above newly created position; 

FROM: SFCCD Appn. Cl-6430-22012 $10,640 

Financial Aid, Classified Temporary Salaries 
(Major Budget Classification - Classified 
Salaries) 

TO: SFCCD Appn. Cl-6430-22010 $10,640 

Financial Aid - Classified Permanent Salaries 
(Major Budget Classification - Classified 
Salaries) 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor /Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereby authorized 
to execute all documents necessary to record this transfer in the accounts 
of the San Francisco Controller and the Community College District. 



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Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor /Superintendent 



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Submitted by, 



Juanita U. Pascual 
Vice President 
Administrative Services 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Kenneth S. Washington 
President 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-B6 

Authorization to transfer $245,600 from the 
Appropriation for Contingencies to Classified 
Salaries and to Certificated Salaries, College 
Division 

President and Members: 

Because of increased student enrollments in both the Day and 
Evening Divisions at City College of San Francisco, the Certificated Salaries 
accounts, Instructors Hourly and Counselors Hourly, and the Classified Sal- 
aries account, College Aides, Temporary Salaries, need additional funds to 
meet the additional instructional, student service, and clerical needs of 
departments. 

For the Fall 1981 semester approximately 2,200 more students than 
the previous Fall 1980 semester were enrolled. The College had to add 22 
sections of ESL, 54 sections of Foreign Languages and 48 other departmental 
sections in the Evening Division. Thus, the budgeted amounts among the 
various departments for Instructors Hourly, Counselors Hourly, and College 
Aides, Temporary Salaries, are inadequate to meet these increased demands. 

California Education Code Section 85200 reads in part as follows: 

"The total amount budgeted as the proposed expenditure of the community 
college district for each major classification of district expenditures 
listed in the district budget forms prescribed by the board of governors 
shall be the maximum amount which may be expended for that classification of 
expenditures for the school year. Transfers may be made from the undistrib- 
uted reserve (appropriation for contingencies) to any expenditure classifica- 
tion or between expenditure classifications at any time by written resolution 
of the board of education of any district governed by a board of education, 
when filed with the county superintendent of schools and the county auditor, 
or by written resolution of the board of trustees of a community college 
district not governed by a board of education, when approved by the county 
superintendent of schools and filed with the county auditor. A resolution 
providing for the transfer from the undistributed reserve (appropriation for 
contingencies) to any expenditure classification must be approved by a two- 
thirds vote of the governing board; a resolution providing for the transfer 
between expenditure classifications must be approved by a majority of the 
members of the governing board." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That in accordance with Education Code Section 
85200 a transfer be made in the General Fund 

From: SFCCD Appn. Cl-6705-90000 $245,600 

College Administration 
Appropriation for Contingencies 



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To: SFCCD Appn. Cl-6010-13022 
Office of Instruction 
Instructors Hourly 
(Major Budget Classification - 
Certificated Salaries) 



$125,000 



SFCCD Appn. Cl-5410-13022 
Evening Classes 
Instructors Hourly 
(Major Budget Classification - 
Certificated Salaries) 

SFCCD Appn. Cl-5310-14042 
Counseling 
Counselors Hourly 
(Major Budget Classification - 
Certificated Salaries) 

SFCCD Appn. Cl-6710-24022 
College Business Office 
College Aides - Temporary Salaries 
(Major Budget Classification - 
Classified Salaries) 



$100,000 



$ 3,000 



$ 17,600 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and /or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby 
authorized to execute all documents necessary to record this trans- 
fer on the accounts of the San Francisco Controller and the Com- 
munity College District. 

Submitted by, 



Juanita U. Pascual 
Vice President 
Administrative Services 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Kenneth S. Washington, President 
City College of San Francisco 



(NOTE: THIS RESOLUTION REQUIRES FIVE (5) 
AFFIRMATIVE VOTES FOR ADOPTION) 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 

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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-B7 

Appropriating $157,096 received from the Chancellor's 
Office of the California Community Colleges under the 
Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 (P.L. 94-482) 
Subpart 2 (Basic Grant - Unrestricted) for fiscal year 
1981-82, City College. 

President and Members: 

By Governing Board Resolution No. 810707-B8 the San Francisco 
Community College District was authorized to submit an application for funds 
under the Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 (P.L. 94-482) for the fiscal 
year 1981-82. City College has been funded in the amount of $157,096 under 
Subpart 2 (Basic Grant - Unrestricted) of Part A of the Act. Funds approved 
for the San Francisco Community College District will be obtained as reimbursements 
upon filing a claim with the Chancellor's Office, California Community Colleges, 
at the end of the current fiscal year for expenditures incurred in said year 
in accordance with the guidelines of the said financial assistance program. 

City College desires to use these funds to improve and expand 
vocational education program offerings. The total project cost is $314,192 
and the sources of funding are as follows: 

California Community Colleges - VKA Subpart 2 (Unrestricted) 

Direct Costs $157,096 

SFCCD 

Cash Contribution - Instruction $157,096 

Total Project Cost $314,192 

The SFCCD matching cash contribution (100% of direct costs) of 
$157,096 is available in the 1981-82 SFCCD appropriation as follows: 

CI 0508 11020 $157,096 

Total SFCCD Matching Cash Contribution $157,096 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That in accordance with Education Code Section 85202, 

which provides that the governing board of any community 
college district may budget and use any unbudgeted income provided 
during the fiscal year from federal or other governmental sources, 
the following General Fund Trust budget revision is hereby authorized 
to cover the following project for the period July 1, 1981 to 
June 30, 1982. 



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Federal Income from State Sources 

Vocational Education Amendments of 1976, 

Subpart 2 (Basic Grant - Unrestricted) $157,096 



Expenditures 



City College VEA Subpart 2 
(Unrestricted) Program 



$157,096 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereby 
authorized to execute all documents necessary to record this budget 
revision on the accounts of the Controller and the Community College 
District and to submit any and all reports required by the United 
States Government and/or the California Community Colleges in the 
administration of said program. 

Submitted by, 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Shirley Kelly 

Assistant Dean of Instruction 

City College 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 



Juanita U. Pascual 

Vice President, Administrative Services 

City College 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-B8 

Appropriating $66,027 received from the Chancellor's 
Office of the California Community Colleges under the 
Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 (P.L. 94-482) 
Subpart 2 (Basic Grant — Restricted — Disadvantaged and 
Handicapped) for fiscal year 1981-82, City College. 

President and Members: 

By Governing Board Resolution No. 810707-B8 the San Francisco 
Community College District was authorized to submit an application for funds 
under the Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 (P.L. 94-482) for the fiscal 
year 1981-82. City College has been funded in the amount of $66,027 under 
Subpart 2 (Basic Grant — Restricted — Disadvantaged and Handicapped) of Part A 
of the Act. Funds approved for the San Francisco Community College District 
will be obtained as reimbursements upon filing a claim with the Chancellor's 
Office, California Community Colleges, at the end of the current fiscal year 
for expenditures incurred in said year in accordance with the guidelines of 
the said financial assistance program. 

City College desires to use these funds to improve and expand 
vocational education program offerings for and assistance to disadvantaged and 
handicapped occupational students. The total project cost is $132,054 and the 
sources of funding are as follows: 

California Community Colleges - VEA Subpart 2 (Restricted) 

Direct Costs $ 66,027 

SFCCD 

Cash Contribution $ 66,027 

Total Project Cost $132,054 

The SFCCD matching cash contribution (100% of direct costs) of 
$66,027 is available in the 1981-82 SFCCD appropriation as follows: 

CI 0501 11020 $ 40,579 

CI 6465 11020 $ 18,970 

CI 6465 13022 $ 6,478 

Total SFCCD Matching Cash Contribution $ 66,027 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That in accordance with Education Code Section 85202, 

which provides that the governing board of any community 
college district may budget, and use any unbudgeted income provided 
during the fiscal year from federal or other governmental sources, 
the following General Fund Trust budget revision is hereby authorized to 
cover the following project for the period July 1, 1981 to June 30, 1982, 

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Federal Income from State Sources 

Vocational Education Amendments of 1976, 
Subpart 2 (Basic Grant — Restricted) 



$62,027 



( 



Expenditures 



City College VEA Subpart 2 
Program — Disadvantaged 



(Restricted) 



City College VEA Subpart 2 (Restricted) 
Program — Handicapped 



$40,579 



$25,448 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereby 
authorized to execute all documents necessary to record this budget 
revision on the accounts of the Controller and the Community College 
District and to submit any and all reports required by the United 
States Government and/or the California Community Colleges in the 
administration of said program. 

Submitted by, 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Shirley Kelly 

Assistant Dean of Instruction 

City College 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 



Juanita U, Pascual 

Vice President, Administrative Services 

City College 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-B9 

Appropriating $24,322 received from the Chancellor's 
Office of the California Community Colleges under the 
Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 (P.L. 94-482) 
Subpart 3 (Program Improvement and Supportive Services) 
for fiscal year 1981-82, City College. 

President and Members: 

By Governing Board Resolution No. 810707-B8 the San Francisco 
Community College District was authorized to submit an application for funds 
under the Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 (P.L. 94-482) for the fiscal 
year 1981-82. City College has been funded in the amount of $24,322 under 
Subpart 3 (Program Improvement and Supportive Services) of Part A of the Act. 
Funds approved for the San Francisco Community College District will be 
obtained as reimbursements upon filing a claim with the Chancellor's Office, 
California Community Colleges, at the end of the current fiscal year for 
expenditures incurred in said year in accordance with the guidelines of the 
said financial assistance program. 

City College desires to use these funds to support gender equity 
activities and provide counseling and supportive services in the area of 
vocational education. The total project cost per this application is $48,644 
and the sources of funding are as follows: 

California Community Colleges - VEA Subpart 3 

Direct Costs $24,322 

SFCCD 

Cash Contribution $24,322 

Total Project Cost $48,644 

The SFCCD matching cash contribution (100% of direct costs) of 
$24,322 is available in the 1981-82 SFCCD appropriation as follows: 

CI 0508 11020 $24,322 

Total SFCCD matching cash contribution $24,322 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That in accordance with Education Code Section 85202, 

which provides that the governing board of any community 
college district may budget, and use any unbudgeted income provided 
during the fiscal year from federal or other governmental sources, 
the following General Fund Trust budget revision is hereby authorized 
to cover the following project for the period July 1, 1981 to 
June 30, 1982. 

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Federal Income from State Sources 

Vocational Education Amendments of 
1976, Subpart 3 (Program Improvement 
and Supportive Services) 

Expenditures 

City College VEA Subpart 3 Program 



( 



$24,322 



$24,322 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereby 
authorized to execute all documents necessary to record this budget 
revision on the accounts of the Controller and the Community College 
District and to submit any and all reports required by the United 
States Government and/or the California Community Colleges in the 
administration of said program. 

Submitted by, 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Shirley Kelly 

Assistant Dean of Instruction 

City College 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 



Juanita U. Pascual 

Vice President, Administrative Services 

City College 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-B10 

Appropriating $9,083 received from the Chancellor's 
Office of the California Community Colleges under the 
Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 (P.L. 94-482) 
Subpart 4 (Special Programs/ Services for Disadvantaged 
Persons) for fiscal year 1981-82, City College. 

President and Members: 

By Governing Board Resolution No. 810707-B8 the San Francisco 
Community College District was authorized to submit an application for funds 
under the Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 (P.L. 94-482) for the 
fiscal year 1981-82. City College has been funded in the amount of $9,083 
under Subpart 4 (Special Programs /Services for Disadvantaged Persons) of 
Part A of the Act. Funds approved for the San Francisco Community College 
District will be obtained as reimbursements upon filing a claim with the 
Chancellor's Office, California Community Colleges, at the end of the current 
fiscal year for expenditures incurred in said year in accordance with the 
guidelines of the said financial assistance program. 

City College desires to use these funds to support a communications 
skills program for students in the allied health fields. The total project 
cost per this application is $9,083. There is no requirement for local 
matching funds. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That in accordance with Education Code Section 85202, 

which provides that the governing board of any community 
college district may budget and use any unbudgeted income provided 
during the fiscal year from federal or other governmental sources, 
the following General Fund Trust budget revision is hereby 
authorized to cover the following project for the period July 1, 1981 
to June 30, 1982. 

Federal Income from State Sources 

Vocational Education Amendments of 1976, 
Subpart 4 (Special Programs/Services for 
Disadvantaged Persons) $9,083 

Expenditures 

City College VEA Subpart 4 Program $9,083 



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FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereby 
authorized to execute all documents necessary to record this budget 
revision on the accounts of the Controller and the Community College 
District and to submit any and all reports required by the United 
States Government and/or the California Community Colleges in the 
administration of said program. 

Submitted by, 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Shirley Kelly 

Assistant Dean of Instruction 

City College 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 



Juanita U. Pascual 

Vice President, Administrative Services 

City College 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-B11 

Amending Resolutions No. 800819-B5 and 810804-B8 
appropriating funds from the Chancellor's Office, 
California Community Colleges, Fund for Instructional 
Improvement for the production of a television 
documentary by substituting $11,200 for the period 
July 1, 1980 to April 30, 1982 in place of $10,000 
for the period July 1, 1980 to December 31, 1981. 

President and Members: 

On April 4, 1980, by Resolution No. 800422-B6, the Governing Board 
authorized the submission of an application to the Fund for Instructional 
Improvement for funds to prepare a television documentary on community college 
governance. The College received a grant of $10,000 in support of this project. 
The project was completed and viewed by a representative of the Fund for 
Instructional Improvement. After the viewing, the representative authorized 
an additional expenditure of $1,200 to prepare the videotape for public tele- 
vision. The additional project costs are funded entirely by the grantor; no 
district matching funds are required. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

WHEREAS: The Governing Board adopted Resolution Nos. 800819-B5 
and 810804-B8 appropriating $10,000 from the Fund for 
Instructional Improvement, City College, for the period July 1, 1980 
to December 31, 1981, and 

WHEREAS: The Fund for Instructional Improvement has now awarded an 

additional $1,200 and extended the program period to 
April 30, 1982, now therefore be it 

RESOLVED: That Governing Board Resolution Nos. 800819-B5 and 

810804-B8 appropriating $10,000 from the Fund for 
Instructional Improvement, City College, for the period 
June 30, 1980 to December 31, 1981 be amended to appropriate 
$11,200 for the period July 1, 1980 to April 30, 1982. 



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Submitted by, 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Shirley Kelly 

Assistant Dean of Instruction 

City College 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 



Juanita U. Pascual 

Vice President, Administrative Services 

City College 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-B12 

Authorizing contract with Diane Hambrick, M.D., to 
provide consultation services to the City College of 
San Francisco Student Health Department, for a maximum 
of 80 hours, October 19, 1981 to June 30, 1982, $3,200 

President and Members: 

The Student Health Department of City College of San Francisco need the 
services of Dr. Diane Hambrick to develop and approve the "standardized procedures" 
of the Department and to bring Student Health Services into compliance with the 
Nurse Practice Act of 1980. Dr. Hambrick is a licensed physician with a specialty 
in family medicine, clinical experience in a variety of urban settings, and consider- 
able experience with nurses in the extended role. She was recommended by the John 
Hale Medical Society. 

Execution of this agreement with Diane Hambrick, M.D. , is necessary to 
provide the excellent quality of health care to City College of San Francisco 
students. 

As delineated in the California Business and Professional Code for Laws 
Relating to Nursing Education, Licensure, & Practice with Rules & Regulations , 
Board of Registered Nursing, 1980, standardized procedures are necessary for the 
operation of a health care service. "Standardized procedures" as used in these 
sections are "Policies and protocols developed through collaboration among admin- 
istrators and health professionals, including physicians and nurses, by an organized 
health care system which is not a health facility licensed pursuant to Chapter 2 
(commencing with Section 1250) of Division 2 of Health and Safety Code." 

California Government Code Section 53060 reads in part as follows: "The 
legislative body of any public or municipal corporation or district may contract 
with and employ any persons for the furnishing to the corporation or district special 
services and advice in financial, economic, accounting, engineering, legal, or ad- 
ministrative matters if such persons are specially trained and experienced and 
competent to perform the special services required." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the San Francisco Community College District contract 

with Diane Hambrick, M.D. , to provide consultation services to 
the City College of San Francisco Student Health Department for a total of 
80 hours at the rate of $40 per hour between October 19, 1981 and June 30, 
1982 for the total amount of $3,200. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereby authorized 
to execute such contract on behalf of the San Francisco Community College 
District. 



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Reviewed and Approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for Adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Submitted by, 



Willis F. Kirk, Associate Dean 
Testing and Guidance 



Juanita U. Pascual, Vice President 
Administrative Services 



Kenneth S. Washington, President 
City College of San Francisco 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-B13 

Appropriating $73,150 from the Department of Social Services, 
State of California for funding an ESL program for Indochinese 
Refugees, Community College Centers, October 1, 1981 through 
March 31, 1982. 

President and Members : 

On June 2, 1981, by Resolution No. 810602-B13, the Governing Board approved 
the application by the Community College Centers to the State Department of Social 
Services for funds to conduct an ESL and Employment program for Indochinese adults . 
We have been notified by the Department of Social Services that the application has 
been approved for an ESL component only, for an amount of $73,150, for the period 
October 1, 1981 through March 31, 1982. 

Facilities for the program will be provided by the District at John Hancock 
School, Chinatwon/North Beach Community College Center. 

The total project costs and the sources of funding are as follows: 

Department of Social Services $ 73,150 

SFCCD Cash Contributions 3,150 

Total Project Costs 76,300 

The SFCCD cash contribution of $3,150 is available in the SFCCD appropri- 
ation as follows. 

SO-9510-62000 $ 3,150 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That in accordance with Education Code Section 85202, which 

provides that the governing board of any community college 
district may budget and use any unbudgeted income provided during the 
fiscal year from any source other than local property taxes or the State 
School Fund, the following General Fund Trust budget revision is hereby 
authorized to cover the following project for the period October 1, 1981 
through March 31, 1982. 

Federal Income through State Sources 

Department of Social Services $ 73,150 

Indochina Migration and Refugee Assistance Act 
(P.L. 94-23) as amended. 

Expenditures 

Indochinese Training Project $ 73,150 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice 

Chancellor, Business are hereby authorized to 
execute all documents necessary to record this budget revision on the 
accounts of the Controller and the Community College District and to 
submit any and all reports required by the Department of Social Services, 

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State of California in the administration of said program. 

Submitted by, 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Hilary Hsu, Director 
Business Services 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Carlos Ramirez, Vice President 
Instructional Services 

Laurent Broussal, President 
Community College Centers 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-B14 

Appropriating $157,094 of funds approved by 
the Chancellor's Office of the California 
Community Colleges under the Vocational Education 
Amendments of 1976 (P.L. 94-482), Sub-Part 2 of 
Part A - Basic Grant (Unrestricted) for the fiscal 
year of 1981-82, Community College Centers. 

President and Members: 

On July 7, 1981, by Resolution No. 810707-B8, the Governing 
Board authorized the SFCCD to submit an application for funds under the 
Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 (P.L. 94-482), Sub-Parts 2, 3, 4, 
and 5 of Part A for the fiscal year 1981-82, in the amount of $535,996, for 
the Community College Centers and the City College of San Francisco. The 
Chancellor's Office of the California Community Colleges has approved the 
Community College Centers' application for Sub-Part 2 of Part A - Basic 
Grant (Unrestricted) for the fiscal year 1981-82, in the amount of $157,094. 

Funds approved for the Community College Centers will be obtained 
as reimbursements upon filing a claim with the Chancellor's Office, California 
Community Colleges, at the end of the current fiscal year for expenditures in 
said year, in accordance with the guidelines of the said financial assistance 
program. 

The Community College Centers desires to use the funds to improve 
and expand vocational education programs and services. The total project 
cost per this section of the application is $314,188., and the source of 
funding is as follows: 

CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES — V.E.A. SUB-PART 2 OF PART A 
Basic Grant (Unrestricted) 

Direct Costs $157,094 

SFCCD Cash 

Contribution $157,094 

Total Program Cost: $314,188 

The SFCCD matching cash contribution (100% of direct cost) of 
$157,094 is available in the 1981-82 SFCCD appropriation as follows: 

Al-8853-12010 $ 38,604 

Al-8920-12080 $ 29,508 

Al-8929-12080 $ 32,406 

Al-8944-12010 $ 40,440 

Al-8929-12020 $ 16,136 

Total SFCCD Matching Cash 

Contribution: $157,094 

811006-B14 
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The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: In accordance with Education Code Section 85202, which 
provides that the governing board of any community 
college district may budget and use any unbudgeted income provided during 
the fiscal year from federal or other governmental sources, the following 
General Fund Trust budget revision is hereby authorized to cover the following 
project for the period July 1, 1981 to June 30, 1982. 

Federal Income from State Sources 



Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 
Sub-Part 2 of Part A - Basic Grant, 
"unrestricted." 



$157,094 



Expenditures 



Community College Centers VEA Sub-Part 2 
of Part A - Basic Grant, "unrestricted," 
Program. 



$157,094 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor/ Superintendent 

and/or Vice Chancellor, Business, are 
hereby authorized to execute all documents necessary to record this budget 
revision on the accounts of the Controller and the Community College District 
and to submit any and all reports required by the United States Government 
and/or the California Community Colleges in the administration of said 
program. 

Submitted by, 



< 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 

Community College Centers 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Carlos Brazil Ramirez 
Vice President 
Instructional Services 
Community College Centers 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor /Superintendent 



811006-B14 
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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-B15 

Appropriating $74,703 of funds approved by the 
Chancellor's Office of the California Community 
Colleges under the Vocational Education Amend- 
ments of 1976 (P.L. 94-482), Sub-Part 2 of Part 
A - Basic Grant, "restricted," Disadvantaged, 
Limited English Speaking, and Handicapped for 
fiscal year 1981-82, Community College Centers. 

President and Members: 

On July 7, 1981, by Resolution No. 810707-B8, the Governing 
Board authorized the SFCCD to submit an application for funds under the 
Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 (P.L. 94-482), Sub-Parts 2, 3, 4, 
and 5 of Part A for fiscal year 1981-82, in the amount of $535,996, for 
the Community College Centers and the City College of San Francisco. The 
Chancellor's Office of the California Community Colleges has approved the 
Community College Centers' application for Sub-Part 2 of Part A - Basic 
Grant (Restricted) Disadvantaged, Limited English Speaking and Handicapped 
for the fiscal year 1981-82, in the amount of $74,703. 

Funds approved for the Community College Centers will be obtained 
as reimbursements upon filing a claim with the Chancellor's Office, California 
Community Colleges, at the end of the current fiscal year for expenditures 
in said year, in accordance with the guidelines of the said financial assis- 
tance program. 

The Community College Centers desires to use the funds to improve 
and expand vocational education programs and services. The total project 

cost per this section of the application is $149,406., and the source of 
funding is as follows: 

CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES — V.E.A. SUB-PART 2 OF PART A 

Direct Costs: Disadvantaged $40,579 
Limited English 

Speaking $ 8,677 

Handicapped $25,447 

SFCCD Cash 

Contribution $74,703 

Total Program Cost: $149,406 

The SFCCD matching cash contribution (100% of direct cost) of 
$74,703 is available in the 1981-82 appropriation as follows: 

Disadvantaged 

Al-8950-22010 (1424) $14,616 

Al-8950-22010 (1444) (% of) $ 8,371 

Al-8950-22010 (1487) $17,592 



Subtotal, Disadvantaged $40,579 



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Limited English Speaking 

Al-8913-11020 (310-SL) (% of) $ 8,677 

Handicapped 

Al-8916-12010 (% of) $ 8,482 j 

Al-8916-12040 (% of) $ 8,482 I 

Al-8916-11020 (% of) $ 8,483 

Sub-total, Handicapped $25,447 

Grand Total, Sub-Part 2 (Restricted): $74,703 

Total SFCCD Matching Cash 

Contribution: $74,703 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: In accordance with Education Code Section 85202, 
which provides that the governing board of any 
community college district may budget and use any unbudgeted income 
provided during the fiscal year from federal or other governmental 
sources, the following General Fund Trust budget revision is hereby 
authorized to cover the following project for the period July 1, 1981 
to June 30, 1982. 

Federal Income from State Sources 

Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 
Sub-Part 2 of Part A, Basic Grant "Restricted" 

Disadvantaged: $40,579 

Limited English Speaking: $ 8,677 

Handicapped: $25,447 I 

Expenditures 

Community College Centers VEA Sub-Part 2 
of Part A, "Restricted" 

Disadvantaged: $40,579 

Limited English Speaking: $ 8,677 

Handicapped: $25,447 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor/Superintendent 

and/or Vice Chancellor, Business, are 
hereby authorized to execute all documents necessary to record this budget 
revision on the accounts of the Controller and the Community College District 
and to submit any and all reports required by the United States Government 
and/or the California Community Colleges in the administration of said 
program. 

Submitted by, 

Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 

Community College Centers 

Carlos Brazil Ramirez M 

, c Vice President 

811006-B J-:> Instructional Services 

Page Z of J Community College Centers 

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Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 
Vice Chancellor 
Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor /Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-B 16 

Appropriating $24,319 of funds approved by the 
Chancellor's Office of the California Community 
Colleges under the Vocational Education Amend- 
ments of 1976 (P.L. 94-482), Sub-Part 3 of Part 
A - Program Improvement and Supportive Services 
for fiscal year 1981-82, Community College Centers. 

President and Members: 

On July 7, 1981, by Resolution No. 810707-B8, the Governing 
Board authorized the SFCCD to submit an application for funds under the 
Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 (P.L. 94-482), Sub-Parts 2, 3, 4, 
and 5 of Part A for fiscal year 1981-82, in the amount of $535,996, for 
the Community College Centers and the City College of San Francisco. The 
Chancellor's Office of the California Community Colleges has approved the 
Community College Centers' application for Sub-Part 3 of Part A - Program 
Improvement and Supportive Services for the fiscal year 1981-82, in the 
amount fo $24,319. 

Funds approved for the Community College Centers will be obtained 
as reimbursements upon filing a claim with the Chancellor's Office, Califor- 
nia Community Colleges, at the end of the current fiscal year for expenditures 
in said year, in accordance with the guidelines of the said financial assis- 
tance program. 

The Community College Centers desires- to use the funds to im- 
prove and expand vocational education programs and services. The total 
project cost per this section of the application is $48,638., and the 
source of funding is as follows: 

CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES — V.E.A. SUB-PART 3 OF PART A 

Direct Costs $24,319 

SFCCD Cash 

Contribution $24,319 

Total Program Cost: $48,638 

The SFCCD matching cash contribution (100% of direct cost) of 
$24,319 is available in the 1981-82 SFCCD appropriation as follows: 

Al -8682-12040 $24,319 

Total SFCCD Matching Cash 

Contribution: $24,319 



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The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: In accordance with Education Code Section 85202, 
which provides that the governing board of any 
community college district may budget and use any unbudgeted income 
provided during the fiscal year from federal or other governmental 
sources, the following General Fund Trust budget revision is hereby 
authorized to cover the following project for the period July 1, 1981 
to June 30, 1982. 

Federal Income from State Sources 



Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 
Sub-Part 3 of Part A, Program Improvement 
and Support Services 



$24,319 



Expenditures 



Community College Centers VEA Sub-Part 3 
of Part A - Program. 



$24,319 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor/Superintendent 

and/or Vice Chancellor, Business, are 
hereby authorized to execute all documents necessary to record this budget 
revision on the accounts of the Controller and the Community College Dis- 
trict and to submit any and all reports required by the United States Gov- 
ernment and/or the California Community Colleges in the administration of 
said program. 

Submitted by, 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 

Community College Centers 



Carlos Brazil Ramirez 
Vice President 
Instructional Services 
Community College Centers 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/ Superintendent 

811006-B16 Page 2 of 2 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 



Subject: Resolution No. 8IIOO6-B17 

Appropriation of $9,082 of funds approved by 
the Chancellor's Office of the California 
Community Colleges under the Vocational Edu- 
cation Amendments of 1976 (P.L. 94-482), Sub- 
Part 4 of Part A - Special Programs for the 
Disadvantaged for the fiscal year 1981-82, 
Community College Centers. 

President and Members: 

On July 7, 1981, by Resolution No. 810707-B8, the Governing 
Board authorized the SFCCD to submit an application for funds under the 
Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 (P.L. 94-482), Sub-Parts 2, 3, 4, 
and 5 of Part A for the fiscal year 1981-82, in the amount of $535,996, for 
the Community College Centers and the City College of San Francisco. The 
Chancellor's Office of the California Community Colleges has approved the 
Community College Centers' application for Sub-Part 4 of Part A - Special 
Programs for the Disadvantaged for fiscal year 1981-82, in the amount of 
$9,082. 

Funds approved for the Community College Centers will be obtained 
as reimbursements upon filing a claim with the Chancellor's Office, Cal- 
ifornia Community Colleges, at the end of the current fiscal year for ex- 
penditures in said year, in accordance with the guidelines fo the said finan- 
cial assistance program. 

The Community College Centers desires to use the funds to improve 
and expand vocational education programs and services. The total project 
cost per this section of the application is $9,082., and the source of fund- 
ing is as follows: 

CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES — V.E.A. SUB-PART 4 OF PART A 
Special Programs for the Disadvantaged 

Direct Costs $9,082 

Total Project Cost: $9,082 

Matching funds are not required for Sub-Part 4 of Part A by the 
San Francisco Community College District. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: In accordance with Education Code 85202, which 

provides that the governing board of any community 
college district may budget and use any unbudgeted income provided during 
the fiscal year from federal or other governmental sources, the following 
General Fund Trust budget revision is hereby authorized to cover the fol- 
lowing project for the period July 1, 1981 to June 30, 1982. 



811006-B 17 
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Federal Income from State Sources 



Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 
Sub-Part A of Part A - Special Programs 
for the Disadvantaged 



$9,082 



Expenditures 

Community College Centers VEA Sub-Part 4 
of Part A - Special Programs for the Dis- 
advantaged 



$9,082 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor/Superintendent 

and/or Vice Chancellor, Business, are 
hereby authorizws to execute all documents necessary to record this budget 
revision on the accounts of the Controller and the Community College Dis- 
trict and to submit any and all reports required by the United States Gov- 
ernment and /or the California Community Colleges in the administration of 
said program. 



Submitted by, 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 

Community College Centers 



Carlos Brazil Ramirez 
Vice President 
Instructional Services 
Community College Centers 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/ Superintendent 



811006-B17 
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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-B18 

Appropriating $14,270 of funds approved by the 
Chancellor's Office of the California Community 
Colleges under the Vocational Education Amend- 
ments of 1976 (P.L. 94-482), Sub-Part 5B of Part 
A - Consumer Homemaking Education in Economically 
Depressed Areas for fiscal year 1981-82, Community 
College Centers. 

President and Members: 

On July 7, 1981, by Resolution No. 810707-B8, the Governing 
Board authorized the SFCCD to submit an application for funds under the 
Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 (P.L. 94-482), Sub-Parts 2, 3, 4, 
and 5 of Part A for fiscal year 1981-82, in the amount of $535,996, for the 
Community College Centers and the City College of San Francisco. The Chan- 
cellor's Office of the California Community Colleges has approved the Commun- 
ity College Centers' application for Sub-Part 5B of Part A- Consumer Homemak- ' 
ing Education in Economically Depressed Areas for fiscal year 1981-82, in the 
amount fo $14,270. 

Funds approved for the Community College Centers will be obtained 
as reimbursements upon filing a claim with the Chancellor's Office, California 
Community Colleges, at the end of the current fiscal year for expenditures in 
said year, in accordance with the guidelines of the said financial assistance 
program. 

The Community College Centers desires to use the funds to improve 
and expand vocational education programs and services. The total project 
cost per this section of the application is $15,697, and the source of fund- 
ing is as follows: 

CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES — V.E.A. SUB-PART 5B of PART A 
Consumer Homemaking Education in Economically Depressed Areas 

Direct Costs $14,270 

SFCCD Cash 

Contribution $ 1,427 

Total Program Cost: $15,697 

The SFCCD matching cash contribution (10% of direct cost) of 
$1,427 is available in the 1981-82 SFCCD appropriation as follows: 

Al-8937-11020 (310) $1,427 

Total SFCCD Matching Cash 
Contribution: $1,427 



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The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: In accordance with Education Code Section 85202, 
which provides that the governing board of any 
community college district may budget and use any unbudgeted income 
provided during the fiscal year from federal or other governmental 
sources, the following General Fund Trust budget revision is hereby 
authorized to cover the following project for the period July 1, 1981 
to June 30, 1982. 

Federal Income from State Sources 



Vocational Education Amendments of 1976 
Sub-Part 5B of Part A, Consumer Homemaking 
Education in Economically Depressed Areas 



$14,270 



Expenditures 



Community College Centers VEA Sub-Part 5B 
of Part A - Consumer Homemaking Education 
in Economically Depressed Areas 



$14,270 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor/ Superintendent 

and/or Vice-Chancellor, Business, are 
hereby authorized to execute all documents necessary to record this budget 
revision on the accounts of the Controller and the Community College Dis- 
trict and to submit any and all reports required by the United States Gov- 
ernment and/or the California Community Colleges in the administration of 
said program. 

Submitted by, 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 

Community College Centers 



Carlos Brazil Ramirez 
Vice President 
Instructional Services 
Community College Centers 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/ Superintendent 



811006-B 18 
Page 2 of 2 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-B 19 

Authorization to enter into a contract with Canteen Food 
and Vending Service, Division of Canteen Corporation, for 
vending service at the Downtown Community College Center, 
for the period October 1, 1981 to June 30, 1982, Community 
College Centers. 

President and Menbers : 

In July, 1981, a request for proposals for food and soft drink vending 
machine service for the Downtown Center was developed and sent to thirty-two 
vendors. Three proposals were received and evaluated. Canteen Food and Vending 
Service was recommended on the basis of percent of gross sales offered to the 
District as commission, prices charged for products dispensed, variety and quality 
of products dispensed, and service characteristics. Canteen Food and Vending 
Service is our current contractor at the Downtown' Center. The present contract 
ended September 30, 1981. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the SFCCD contract with Canteen Food and Vending Service 

to obtain vending machine service for the Downtown Community 
College Center for the period October 1, 1981 to June 30, 1982. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby authorized 

to execute such contract on behalf of the SFCCD. 

Submitted by, 



Reviewed and approved as 
to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 



Carolyn Biesiadecki 

Director 

Downtown Community College Center 

Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 

Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



10/6/81 - B 19 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-B20 

Amending Resolution No. 810707-B5 authorizing renewal of 
contract with James G. Seely to obtain legal advice by 
substituting the period July 1, 1981 to September 30, 1981 
in place of July 1, 1981 to December 31, 1981; and 
authorizing a contract with James G. Seely to obtain 
legal advice, October 1, 1981 to June 30, 1982, 
District Office 

President and Members: 

The Governing Board has contracted with James G. Seely for legal 
advice since May 1979. The present contract must be amended and renewed in 
order for Mr. Seely to continue his services to the District. 

California Education Code Section 72419.5 reads in part as follows: 
"Anything in a city, county, or city and county charter to the contrary not- 
withstanding, the governing board of any community college district or the 
governing boards of any community college districts and any county superin- 
tendent of schools may, in lieu of appointing an administrative adviser 
pursuant to Section 72419, appoint a legal counsel and fix and order paid 
such counsel's compensation as an employee or as an independent contractor. 
The duties of the legal counsel may include rendering legal advice...." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

WHEREAS: The Governing Board on July 7, 1981 adopted Resolution 

No. 810707-B5 authorizing renewal of contract with 
James G. Seely to obtain legal advice, July 1, 1981 to 
December 31, 1981, District Office, and 

WHEREAS: It is necessary that the present contract be amended to 

substitute the period July 1, 1981 to September 30, 1981 
in place of July 1, 1981 to December 31, 1981; and to authorize a 
contract for continuing legal services with James G. Seely for the 
term, October 1, 1981 to June 30, 1982. 

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: 

Section 1 - That Governing Board Resolution No. 810707-B5 be amended 
by substituting the period July 1, 1981 to September 30, 
1981 in place of July 1, 1981 to December 31, 1981, and by providing 
that James G. Seely shall bill the SFCCD for all legal services 
rendered from July 1, 1981 to September 30, 1981 in excess of 60 hours 
(being an average of 20 hours per month for the period July 1, 1981 
to September 30, 1981) at the rate of $50.00 per hour, not to exceed 
100 excess hours. 



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Section 2 - That the SFCCD contract with James G. Seely to obtain 

legal advice consisting of (1) attending and, when 
appropriate, participating in all Governing Board meetings, regular, J 
special and closed sessions, and such Governing Board committee " 

meetings and staff meetings as requested by the Chancellor Superin- 
tendent; (2) rendering additional hours of legal service upon request; 
and (3) preparing and conducting SFCCD litigation as specifically 
assigned by the Governing Board, for the period October 1, 1981 to 
June 30, 1982. 

Section 3 - That James G. Seely be compensated monthly for the 

services described in Section 2, paragraph (1) of this 
resolution at the rate of $1,000.00 per month for the period 
October 1, 1981 to June 30, 1982; and monthly for the services 
described in Section 2, paragraphs (2) and (3) at the rate of 
$50.00 per hour for the period October 1, 1981 to December 31, 1981, 
and at the rate of $55.00 per hour for the period January 1, 1982 to 
June 30, 1982, subject to the availability of funds for this purpose 
in the budget and adoption of a "C" resolution for this purpose by 
the Governing Board. 

Section 4 - That the Governing Board on or before April 1, 1982, 

shall notify James G. Seely of its intention to renew 
or not to renew the contract beyond June 30, 1982. 

Section 5 - That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice Chancellor, 

Business are hereby authorized to execute such amendment 
and contract on behalf of the SFCCD. 

Submitted by, and f 

recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



10/6/81 - B20 Page 2 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

Sun Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-B21 

Reappropriating $2,000,000 in the Special Reserve Fund 
to the Mission Community College Center 

President and Members: 

The Mission Community College Center is one of the centers without 
a permanent facility. We have been negotiating with the SFUSD for additional 
space for many of our programs. It would be desirable to find a semi-permanent 
facility for the Mission Community College Center as the current lease for 
160 South Van Ness Avenue expires on June 30, 1982. Funding the Mission 
Community College Center is likely to enhance our chances for finding a 
suitable semi-permanent facility. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That reappropriation be made in the Special Reserve Fund 
as follows : 

From: SFCCD Appn. No. S9 9240 57015 $582,570.00 

Cloud Hall East 
Reserve for Claims and Judgments - Construction 

From: SFCCD Appn. No. S5 9240 62000 $221,436.13 

Cloud Hall East 
Buildings 

From: SFCCD Appn. No. S5 9240 64000 $7,947.34 

Cloud Hall East 
Equipment 

From: SFCCD Appn. No. S4 9240 62000 $3,316.16 

Cloud Hall East 
Buildings 

From: SFCCD Appn. No. S9 9270 57016 $673,190.00 

Downtown Center 
Reserve for Claims and Judgments - Construction 

From: SFCCD Appn. No. S6 9270 62000 $25,000.00 

Downtown Center 
Buildings 

From: SFCCD Appn. No. S7 9720 62000 $99,826.00 

District Maintenance Facility 
Buildings 

From: SFCCD Appn. No. S6 9720 61100 $34,224.10 

District Maintenance Facility 
Site Acquisition 



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From: SFCCD Appn. No. S6 9720 62000 
District Maintenance Facility 
Buildings 

From: SFCCD Appn. No. S6 9720 64000 
District Maintenance Facility 
Equipment 

From: SFCCD Appn. No. SO 9020 62000 
District Maintenance Facility 
Buildings 

To: SFCCD Appn. No. SI 9040 62000 

Mission Community College Center 
Buildings 



$168,564.50 



$100,000.00 



$83,925.77 



$2,000,000.00 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby 
authorized to record these transactions on the accounts of the 
San Francisco Controller and the Community College District. 



Submitted by, and 
recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-C1 

Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
less than $3,000 

President and Members: 

Listed below are encumbrances for equipment, supplies, and services 
in individual amounts of less than $3,000.00. Investigation indicates that 
they are necessary for the conduct of the schools, and therefore are recom- 
mended for approval of the Governing Board. It is certified that the items 
listed below are in accord with Governing Board policy and that funds are 
available to cover payment. 

RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given for the procurement 

of the equipment, supplies, services, etc., totaling 
$85,618.49 in individual amounts of less than $3,000.00 not hereto- 
fore approved as summarized and detailed below: 



PURCHASE ORDERS 



NUMBERS 




NUMBERS 


NUMBERS 




52041 




52238 


- 52240 


52706 - 


52710 


52055 




52268 


- 52270 


52716 - 


52717 


52056 




52276 


- 52280 


52749 - 


52750 


52065 - 


52067 


52316 


- 52320 


52910 




52089 - 


52099 


52338 


- 52340 


52938 - 


52939 


52106 




52348 


- 52349 


52944 




52119 




52413 


- 52415 


52966 - 


52969 


52127 - 


52130 


52427 


- 52440 


53000 




52156 - 


52160 


52496 


- 52500 


53110 




52165 - 


52170 


52626 




53162 




52188 - 


52200 


52637 


- 52640 






52216 




52676 


- 52679 






TERM PURCHASE 


AGREEMENTS 






NUMBER 




AMOUNT 




1031-C 




$ 500. 


00 






1041-B 




1,460. 


00 






1401-C 




2,400. 


,00 






1663 




2,700. 


,00 






1664 




1,350. 


,00 







TOTAL 



$58,884.72 



TOTAL 



$8,410.00 



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MISCELLANEOUS ENCUMBRANCES 



REVOLVING 


FUND VOUCHERS 


NUMBER 


AMOUNT 


1.011 


$ 4,678.23 


1.012 


1,855.96 


1.013 


3,134.35 


1.014 


2,098.57 


1.015 


3,086.88 


DIRECT PAYMENT VOUCHERS 


NUMBER 


AMOUNT 


62 


$ 3.50 


64 


221.00 


66 


40.00 


69 


18.00 


71 


350.00 


72 


150.00 


73 


150.00 


76 


2,000.00 


79 


832.00 



Total 



$14,853.99 



Total 



$3,76^.50 



TOTAL 



$18,618.49 



GRAND TOTAL 



$85,913.21 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-C2 

Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
$3,000 or more 

President and Members: 

The following departmental requests for the purchase of supplies, 
equipment, and services have been received. Investigation indicates that they 
are necessary for the conduct of the schools, and therefore are recommended 
for approval by the Governing Board. It is certified that the items listed 
below are in accord with Governing Board policy and that funds are available 
to cover payment. 

RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given for the procurement 

of the equipment, supplies, services, etc. summarized 
below: 



REQUISITIONS FOR PURCHASE ORDERS 
NUMBER DIVISION DESCRIPTION 
0655 Centers Auto Supplies 
0721 College Paper 



TOTAL 



AMOUNT 

$5,562.00 

4,112.00 

$9,674.00 



TERM PURCHASE AGREEMENTS 



NUMBER DIVISION DESCRIPTION 



1031-B Centers 

1127-A College 
1412-B Centers 



Moving Expenses of Furniture, Equipment & 
Other Supplies 

Books and Supplies (EOPS) 

Guest Lecturers 

TOTAL 



AMOUNT 

$ 9,400.00 

10,000.00 

3,000.00 

$22,400.00 



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DIRECT PAYMENT VOUCHERS 



NUMBER DIVISION DESCRIPTION 



63 

65 
67 
68 
70 

74 



District 
District 
District 
District 
District 

College 



75 


College 


77 


District 


78 


College 


80 


District 


81 


District 



Federal Income Tax Deposit 

Federal Income Tax Deposit 

Federal Income Tax Deposit 

Federal Income Tax Deposit 

Bond Interest, 4/1/81 - 10/1/81; 
CCSF Student Union Revenue Bond of 1969 

Funds in Supplemental Educational 
Opportunity Grant Program 

Funds in Basic Opportunity Grant Program 

Federal Income Tax Deposit 

Funds in Extended Opportunity Programs & 
Services 

Federal Income Tax Deposit 



District Members' Contributions to State Teachers 
Annuity Fund 

TOTAL 



GRAND TOTAL 



AMOUNT 

$ 50,922.84 

3,344.46 

21,630.33 

8,713.31 

7,500.00 

125,000.00 

200,000.00 

13,215.21 

25,000.00 
23,074.32 

144,732.02 
$624,132.49 

$656,216.49 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



10/6/81 - C2 Page 2 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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t 



Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-C4 

Encumbrance for work by City Departments 

President and Members: 

Listed below is an encumbrance in connection with the maintenance 
and repair of San Francisco Community College District facilities. Investiga- 
tion indicates that the work is necessary and desirable for the conduct of the 
schools, and therefore it is recommended for approval of the Governing Board. 

RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given for the services 

indicated as listed and that authority be and is hereby 
given for the encumbrance of funds against the budget for these 
purposes: 



Work Order 



Description 



Amount 



31 SFCCD Appn. CI 6705 48000 EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENTS 

Services of the Department of Electricity to purchase, 
process and set up radio equipment as follows: 
2 - Motorola Walki-Talkie Radios, Model MX 330 



$4,613.87 



32 SFCCD Appn. Al 8948 64000 EQUIPMENT 

Services of the Department of Electricity to purchase 

and install radio equipment as follows: 

1 - Motorola Radio, 4ch, 2pl, Model T-43-SRA 3900K, 

40 watts (for patrol vehicle) 
1 - Scanner, lOch, VHF/UHF, 12vDC, 115vAC, 

Bearcat Model 210XL, Electra Corp. 



$2,247.70 



33 



SFCCD Appn. CI 6510 56020 



HOUSEKEEPING AND MAINTENANCE & 
REPAIR CONTRACTS - 
BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS 



Services of the Department of Public Works, Bureau of 
Building Repair, for miscellaneous repairs to City College 
facilities as authorized by the SFCCD for the period 
7/1/81 - 12/31/81. 

Revised Amount $193,000.00 

Less Previous Work Order 128,000.00 



This Work Order 



$65,000.00 



> 



Recommended for adoption 

Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 

10/6/81 - C4 



Submitted by, 

Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-D2 

Fifth Amendment to the Annual Classified Position 
Resolution 1981-82 

President and Members: 

The Annual Classified Positions Resolution enumerates all classified 
positions of the San Francisco Community College District continued or created by 
the Governing Board in adopting the tentative budget. As positions are created, 
deleted, classified, reclassified or changed as to number of positions, class 
title, or rate of compensation during the year, the Annual Classified Positions 
Resolution is amended to reflect these changes. This amendment is such a change. 
The effective date and the nature of the change is indicated below: 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Annual Classified Positions Resolution 1981-82 
as amended be hereby amended as indicated below: 



Amendment 



Class and Item Number 



Compensation 
Schedule 



Section 669010 A - Community College Centers Division - Salaries 

1227 Testing Technician SC 

1227 Testing Technician 

1760 Offset Machine Operator SC 

1760 Offset Machine Operator 

2709 School Custodian SC 

2709 School Custodian 

8204 Institution Police Officer SC 

8204 Institution Police Officer 

Effective 10/07/81 to reflect action of CSC at its meeting of 08/17/81 
classifying above positions. 



1 


deleted 





1 


added 


1 


1 


deleted 





1 


added 


1 


2 


deleted 





2 


added 


21 


2 


deleted 





2 


added 


2 



$ 6.26 H 
6.26 H 

494 B 594 
494 B 594 

500 B 602 
500 B 602 

652 B 788 
652 B 788 



Section 669010 C - College Division - Salaries 



2 deleted 
2 added 



43 


1426 
1426 


Sr. Clerk Typist 
Sr. Clerk Typist 


1 deleted 
1 added 



7 


1487 
1487 


Financial Aids Assist 
Financial Aids Assist 


1 deleted 
1 added 



2 


1720 
1720 


Data Entry Operator 
Data Entry Operator 


1 deleted 
1 added 




1 


1737 
1737 


Sr. Computer Operator 
Sr. Computer Operator 


D2 

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SC 



SC 



SC 



SC 



510 B 614 
510 B 614 

560 B 674 
560 B 674 

453 B 546 
453 B 546 

625 B 755 
625 B 755 



Section 669010 C - College Division - Salaries (Continued) 



1840 Junior Management Asst. SC 

1840 Junior Management Asst. 

1855 Sr. Control Clerk Electronic 

Data Processing SC 

1855 Sr. Control Clerk Electronic 
Data Processing 



2 


deleted 





2 


added 


2 


1 


deleted 





1 


added 


1 


1 


deleted 





1 


added 


2 


1 


deleted 





1 


added 


1 



2447 TIA Chemistry 
2447 TIA Chemistry 



SC 



7205 Chief Stationary Engineer SC 
7205 Chief Stationary Engineer 

Effective 10/07/81 to reflect action of CSC at its meeting of 08/17/81 
classifying above positions. 



z 


$ 631 


B 762 


z 


631 


B 762 




546 


B 658 




546 


B 658 




580 


B 701 




580 


B 701 




1022 


B 1237 




1022 


B 1237 



added 



1487 Financial Aids Assistant 



SC 



560 B 674 



Effective 10/07/81 to reflect establishment of one new position this is a companion 
resoultion to Resolution No. 811006-B5. 



Section 669010 D - District Office Division - Salaries 



1446 Sr. Clerk Stenographer 
1446 Sr. Clerk Stenographer 



1 


deleted 





1 


added 


2 


1 


deleted 





1 


added 


2 


1 


deleted 





1 


added 


1 



SC 



1450 Principal Clerk Stenographer SC 
1450 Principal Clerk Stenographer 



5322 Graphic Artists 
5322 Graphic Artists 



SC 



560 3 674 
560 B 674 

611 B 738 
611 B 738 

617 B 745 
617 B 745 



Effective 10/07/81 to reflect action of CSC at its meeting of 08/17/81 
classifying above positions. 

SC Subject to classification by the Civil Service Commission 

Z Compensation time off in lieu of payment for overtime 

Submitted by: 



Recommended for adoption 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Busini 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 

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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolutions No. 811006-D3 to 811006-D17 
Classified Personnel 

President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 811006-D3 to 811006-D17 cover routine appointments, 
appointments college aides, transfers college aides, releases, resignations, leaves, 
salary increment increases, amendment appointment and change of status, all in 
accordance with the Civil Service procedures of the City and County of San Francisco. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption: 



Submitted by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



D3 to D17 

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APPOINTMENTS 



811006-D3 



Name 



RESOLVED: That the following named person be appointed for permanent 

duty subject to the usual probationary period to be 
effective on dates as shown below: 



SATHE, Kamudi 



Class 



Location 



1424 Clerk Typist Downtown CCC 



Effective 



09/16/81 



salary 
$534 BW 



811006-D4 RESOLVED: 

Name 

BAEZ, Norma A. 
BARNES, Cleve 
KIM, Diane S. 
MEJIA, Magnolia P. 
MORGANSTERN, Charles 
PERRERAS, Lourdes Z. 
SUI, Jeannie M. 
JOSE, Almavida C. 
KAPADIA, Erlinda Y. 
BRAJKOVIC, Mary Joan 
BRATTON, Anna Maria 
FONSECA, Francisco J. 
INGRAM, Charlton 
MOORE, Ian C. 
OWENS, Marvin H. 
WONG, Ernest 
DICKSON, Johanie 

GALINDO, Gustavo 

D3 to D17 
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That the following 
duty, location and 

Class 

1404 Clerk 

1404 Clerk 

1404 Clerk 

1404 Clerk 

404 Clerk, P.T. 

1404 Clerk 

1404 Clerk, P.T. 

1406 Sr. Clerk 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1446 Sr. Clerk 

Stenographer 
2447 TIA Chemistry 

2709 School 

Custodian 
2709 School 

Custodian 
2709 School 

Custodian 
2709 School 

Custodian 
2709 School 

Custodian 
2726 Sch. Custodian 

Asst. Supervisor 
3416 Gardener 



named persons be appointed for temporary 
effective dates as shown below: 



Location 

City College 

District 

Office 
City College 

City College 

City College 

City College 

City College 

City College 

City College 

J. O'Connell 

City College 

City College 

City College 

City College 

City College 

City College 

City College 

City College 



Effective 



Salary 



09/11/81-06/30/82 $448 BW 

09/17/81-06/30/82 $448 BW 

09/11/81-10/28/81 $448 BW 

09/09/81-06/30/82 $448 -Bwi 

09/09/81-06/30/82 $5.60 H 

09/02/81-06/30/82 $448 BW 

09/09/81-06/30/82 $5.60 H 

09/08/81-06/30/82 $503 BW 

09/08/81-06/30/82 $465 BW 

09/23/81-06/30/82 $560 BW 

08/26/81-06/30/82 $580 BW 

09/14/81-06/30/82 $500 BW 

09/15/81-06/30/82 $6.25 H 

09/17/81-06/30/82 $500 BW 

09/14/81-06/30/82 $500 BW 

09/10/81-06/30/82 $6.25 H 

09/09/81-06/30/82 $661 Bwfl 

09/16/81-06/30/82 $721 BW 






APPOINTMENTS 



811006-D4 
Name 



(Continued) 

Class 



GRAY, Janet D. 
GUERRA, Ana Maria 
MILLER, Laura 
SHANKEL, Kathrine M. 



3598 School Aide, 

III, P.T. 
3598 School Aide, 

III, P.T. 
3598 School Aide, 

III, P.T. 
3598 School Aide. 

Ill, P.T. 



Location 
City College 
Mission CCC 
City College 
Galileo CCC 



Effective 



Salary 



09/09/81-06/30/82 $5.1375 H 

09/09/81-06/30/82 $5.1375 H 

09/09/81-06/30/82 $5.1375 H 

09/14/81-06/30/82 $5.1375 H 



811006-D5 



Name 



RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed for temporary 

Exempt Civil Service duty, not to exceed 70 hours or $409.00 
per month, location and effective dates as shown below: 



ALCARAZ, Mavy 
NGO-NGOC, Ha 
ASSELANIS, Kara 
CONTI, Sylvia V.M. 
HERRERA, Patricia 
HUTCHISON, Joy L. 
SCHWARTZ, Stacey A. 
DAVIS, Margarie 
HERNANDEZ, Otilia 
HONG, Josephine 
JANG, Michael 
JOHNSON, Yvonne R. 
TAI, June 
TANGO, Vilma L. 

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Class 



Location 



Effective 



Salary 



1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. State Preschool 09/15/81-06/21/82 $4.6750 H 

(J. Adams CCC) 
1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. Mission CCC 



1404 Clerk, P.T. 

1404 Clerk, P.T. 

1404 Clerk, P.T. 

1404 Clerk, P.T. 

1404 Clerk, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist, 

P.T. 
1424 Clerk Typist, 

P.T. 
1424 Clerk Typist, 

P.T. 
1424 Clerk Typist, 

P.T. 
1424 Clerk Typist, 

P.T. 
1424 Clerk Typist, 

P.T. 
1424 Clerk Typist, 

P.T. 



City College 

City College 

Mission CCC 

Career 

Guidance 
City College 

J. O'Connell 

CCC 
City College 

J. Adams CCC 

Galileo CCC 



09/09/81-06/30/82 $4.6750 H 

09/08/81-06/21/82 $5.6000 H 

09/17/81-11/01/81 $5.6000 H 

09/02/81-06/21/82 $5.6000 H 

09/09/81-06/30/82 $5.6000 H 

09/14/81-11/01/81 $5.6000 H 

09/02/81-06/30/82 $5.8125 H 

09/11/81-06/30/82 $5.8125 H 

09/09/81-06/21/82 $5.8125 H 

09/09/81-06/30/82 $5.8125 H 



Child Dev. Ctr. 09/14/81-05/20/82 $5.8125 H 

(J. Adams CCC) 

City College 09/08/81-06/21/82 $5.8125 H 

City College 09/21/81-06/30/82 $5.8125 H 



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APPOINTMENTS 



811006-D5 
Name 



(Continued) 

Class 



1426 Sr. Clerk 
Typist, P.T. 

3591 College Aide, 
P.T. 

3597 School Aide 

II, P.T. 

3598 School Aide 

III, P.T. 
3598 School Aide 

III, P.T. 
3598 School Aide 

III, P.T. 
3598 School Aide 

III, P.T. 
GARCIA, Carlos Barba 8202 Security 

Guard, P.T. 



WALTER, Mary R. 
WELSH, David L. 
GONZALEZ, Maria 
HO, Fown-Ling Y. 
HO, Le Ha 
MEZZETTA, Loretta 
TOMPKINS, Janaki E. 



Location 
Mission CCC 
Alemany CCC 
City College 
Mission CCC 
City College 
Galileo CCC 
City College 
Mission CCC 



Effective 



Salary 



09/09/81-06/21/82 $6.3750 H 

09/02/81-06/30/82 $3.5700 H 

09/09/81-06/30/82 $4.2125 H 

09/09/81-06/21/82 $5.1375 H 

09/10/81-06/22/82 $5.1375 H 

09/10/81-06/30/82 $5.1375 H 

09/09/81-06/30/82 $5.1375 H 

09/15/81-06/21/82 $5.8375 H 



APPOINTMENTS 
COLLEGE AIDES 



811006-D6 



Name 



RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed temporary 

3591 College Aide, City College, WORK STUDY PROGRAM, salary 
at the rate of $3.57 per hour, effective on dates as shown below: 



♦ 



ALUQDAH, Iris 
APODACA, Conchita 
ASSEFA, Berhanu 
AU, Hien B. 
AZUCAR, Norma 
BERGER, Juliet 
BOSCH, Ronald A. 
BRUCE, Royce W. 
CABANSAGAN, Maripaz 
CAPELLO, Mary 
CHAO, May T. 
CHESTER, Claudia J. 
CHEUNG, Fan Yiu 
CHIN, Patricia 
CHIN, Patrick Y. 
CHIU, Winnie P. 

D3 to D17 
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10/06/81 



Effective Name Effective 

08/26/81-06/30/82 CHO, Susan 0//01/81-06, 10/82 

09/09/81-06/30/82 CH0N, Joon M. 07/01/oi-06/ j>0, 32 

07/01/81-06/30/82 CHOW, Christine 07/01/81-06/30/82 

07/01/81-06/30/82 CHU, Shu Htain 07/01/81-06/30/82 

07/01/81-06/30/82 CHU, Shwee Khain 07/01/81-06/30/82 

07/01/81-06/30/82 CHUN, Paul K. 07/01/81-06/30/82 

07/01/81-06/30/82 CRUMMIE, Carol L. 07/07/81-06/30/82 

07/01/81-06/30/82 CUASITO, Victor 09/09/81-06/30/82 

07/01/81-06/30/82 CUNNINGHAM, Veronica 07/07/81-06/30/82 

07/01/81-06/30/82 DANG, Dung V. 08/26/81-06/30/82 

07/01/81-06/30/82 DANG, Ha Thanh 07/01/81-06/30/82 

08/26/81-06/30/82 DE ESCAR0, Veronica 0/26/81-06/30/82 

07/01/81-06/30/82 DIEP, Thanh T. 07/01/31-06/30/82 

07/01/81-06/30/82 DO, Anh Kim 07/01/81-06/30/82 

07/01/81-06/30/82 DU, Linh T. 07/01/81-06/30/82 

07/01/81-06/30/82 DUONG, Huong 07/01/81-06/30 



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APPOINTMENTS 



COI.T.ECF. A TORS 








811006-D6 (Continued) 








Name 


Effective 


Name 


Effective 


ENGLISH, Saundra 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


McGILL, Denise 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


EVANS, Anita 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


MONAHAN, Mary T. 


07/01/81-06/30-82 


GONZALEZ, Francisco 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


MORGAN, Ann 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


GREEN, Rodney M. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


NG, Carl 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


HA, Chi 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


NG, Man Sang 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


HILLMAN, Teresa 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


NGUYEN, Dung 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


HO, Chok 


08/26/81-06/30/82 


NGUYEN, Hang M. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


HUYNH, Nhung Thi 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


NGUYEN, Nghiep C. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


HUYNH, Thuong 


08/26/81-06/30/82 


NGUYEN, Patricia 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


HWAY, Nyunt Lain 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


NGUYEN, Tuyet 


07/01/81-06/30/8° 


HWAY, Nyunt Yain 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


NORRIS, Samuel 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


KAMOGAWA, Keiko 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


PARK, So H. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


KAU, Donald 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


PAW, Johnson 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


KEANE, Deborah 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


PHAM, Lan 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


KLEIN, Maile L. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


PHUONG, Hang 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


KOOYMAN, Neil M. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


QUAN, Tony 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


KUANG, Mabel D. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


RENDEROS, Ana M. 


08/26/81-06/30/82 


KUNG, Chaung P. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


SCHLITTLER, Lynda 


08/26/81-06/30/82 


KWANG, Tina Y. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


SEIBER, Peter 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


LAM , Anne 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


SHEN, Sandy 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


LAM, Anhthu Thoai 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


SHORES, Rhonda F. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


LAM, Janice 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


SIAO, Chitat 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


LAM, Qui C. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


SIMMONS, Juanine 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


LAU, Kenny C. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


SMITH, Barry Curtis 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


LAU, Lik S. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


STRICK, Sarah 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


LEE, Kin Chun 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


SUTHERLAND, David 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


LEE, Lillian L.Y. 


09/09/81-06/30-82 


TAM, Kenny 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


LEE, May S. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


TANG, Dung A. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


LEUNG, Grace 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


THOMPSON, Demetrius 


08/26/81-06/30/82 


LEUNG, Julia M.Y. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


TRAN, Huong 


08/26/81-06/30/82 


LEUNG, Nie 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


TRAN, Nga 


08/26/81-06/30/82 


LIANG, Shiu-Ling 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


TRANG, Dung A. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


LIAO, Suzanne H. 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


TRUONG, Chau T. 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


LIU, Nancy 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


TSAI, Chi Wen 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


LO, Annissa S. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


TSE, Choi L. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


LOK, Simon 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


TSEU, Emily 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


LUU, Edwin 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


TS0I, Ivy W. 


08/26/81-06/30/82 


LUU, Hiduc 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


TU, Hue K. 


08/26/81-06/30/82 


LUU, Hiphung 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


TUONG, Quoc Hung 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


LUU, Lyly 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


VO, Hoa Chau 


08/26/81-06/30/82 


LY, Hue 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


VO, Le Chau 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


LY, Tue 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


WASHINGTON, Thessa 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


MAH, Lisa 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


WELLMAN, Dwayne 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


MAKONNEN, Semmeneh 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


WHITES, Anita L. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


MANGUAL, Juan A. 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


WILLIAMS, Joyce M. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


MATHUR, Indra 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


WILLIAMS, Pamela 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


MCCOSH, Barbara D. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


YEE, Amber 


08/26/81-06/30/82 


D3 to D17 








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COLLEGE AIDES 






M 


811006-D6 (Continued) 






i 


Name 


Effective 


Name 


Effective 


WILLIAMS, Sylvia L. 
WONG, Leung 
WONG, Ronald S. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 
07/01/81-06/30/82 
07/01/81-06/30/82 


WU, Stanley 
YEE, Anthony 
YEE, Carol 


07/01/81-06/30/82 
07/01/81-06/30/82 
07/01/81-06/30/82 



811006-D7 RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed 3591 College 

Aide, City College, temporary Exempt Civil Service duty, 
REGULAR PROGRAM, (Lab. Attendants), salary at the rate of $3.57 per 
hour not to exceed $409.00 or 70 hours per month, effective on dates 
as shown below: 



Name 



Effective 



Name 



Effective 



ABRASS, David J. 
ALTAMIRANO, Larry 
AUYEUNG, Anderson 
AUYEUNG, Aston 
BALANAY, Hal T. 
BERRY, Constance 
BICKEL, Richard 
BLONDINA, Anthony 
BRACEY, Brent 
BREGANTE, Mark J. 
BULOSAN, Roger 
CHAMBERS, Michael 
CHAN, Curtis 
CHAN, Katherine 
CHANG, Yen-Wen 
CHAU, Jock S. 
CHAU, William 
CHIN, Carolyn A. 
CHIN, Marvel 
CHU, Ka Tak 
CLARK, Jean E. 
CLEMONS, Stephanie 
COLTHIRST, R.N. A. 
CRANFORD, David 
CRUZ, Johnny 
DELACRUZ, Arphel 
DESMUKE, Leonard 
DO DAM, Van 
ELEY, Vickie 
FARSAI, Myrna 
FAY, Therese 



07/01/81-06/30/82 FERGUSON, Holly 07/01/81- 

07/01/81-06/30/82 FANDUEX, James C. 07/01/81- 

07/01/81-06/30/82 FONG, Sheryl 07/01/81- 

07/01/81-06/30/82 FRANKLIN, Nancy 07/01/81- 

07/01/81-06/30/82 GALAN, David 07/01/81- 

07/01/81-06/30/82 GEE, Sanson 07/01/81- 

07/01/81-06/30/82 GIN, Wallace 07/01/81- 

07/01/81-06/30/82 GOMEZ, Albert 07/01/81- 

07/01/81-06/30/82 GONZALEZ, Rosalba 07/01/81- 

07/01/81-06/30/82 GOTO, Albert 07/01/81- 

08/26/81-06/30/82 GUNTER, Madeline J. 07/01/81- 

07/01/81-06/30/82 HA, Binh 07/01/81- 

07/01/81-06/30/82 HACHISKA, Mako 07/01/81- 

07/01/81-06/30/82 HARDIMAN, David 07/0i/81- 

07/01/81-06/30/82 HEDANI, Kathleen 07/04./31* 

07/01/81-06/30/82 HILL, Wanda 07/01/81- 

07/01/81-06/30/82 HO, Richard B. 07/01/81- 

07/01/81-06/30/82 JENKINS, Melissa 07/01/81- 

08/26/81-06/30/82 JOSEPH, Andrea 07/01/81- 

07/01/81-06/30/82 JUNG, Cynthia 07/01/81- 

08/26/81-06/30/82 KILDIROGLU, Marten 07/01/81- 

07/01/81-06/30/82 KOSSMAN, George 07/01/81- 

07/01/81-06/30/82 KOUROPOULOS, Maria 07/01/81- 

07/01/81-06/30/82 LAMORENA, Marvin 07/01/81- 

07/01/81-06/30/82 LAZO, Milton "7/01/81- 

07/01/81-06/30/82 LE, Nguyen uz/01/81- 

07/01/81-06/30/82 LE, Nguyen 07/01/81- 

07/01/81-06/30/82 LEDFORD, Lynn 07/01/81- 

08/26/81-06/30/82 LEE, Dwight 07/01/81- 

08/26/81-06/30/82 LEE, Eden S. 07/01/81- 

07/01/81-06/30/82 LEE., Emily 07/01/81- 



06/30/82 

06/30/82 

06/30/82 

06/30/82 

06/30/82 

06/30/^ 

06/30/d 

06/30/82 

06/30/82 

06/30/82 

06/30/82 

06/3 

' 

0b/3i 

06/ 30, o2 

06/30/82 

06/30/82 

06/30/82 

06/30/82 

06/30/82 

06/30/82 

06/30/82 

06/30/82 

06/30/82 

06/30/82 

Oh/30/82 

06/30/82 

06/30/82 

06/30/82 

06/30/82 

06/30/82 



D3 to D17 
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APPOINTMENTS 








COLLEGE AIDES 








811006-D7 (Continued) 








Name 


Effective 


Name 


Effective 


LEE, Kathryn T. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


RAMIREZ, Deborah E. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


LEE, Lori 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


REZA, Socorro 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


LEE, Thomas 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


ROBINSON, Alvonne A. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


LEW, William W. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


ROBINSON, Pauline 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


LEWIS, Mary E. 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


RULE, James 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


LI, Rebecca 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


SANFORD, John 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


LI, Shing 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


SCARPA, John 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


LOFTON, Angelica 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


SHAW, Jenny 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


LOH, Jeannette 


08/26/81-06/30/82 


SHIELDS, Bonnie 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


LOUIE, Gerald 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


SMITH, Judy A. 


08/26/81-06/30/82 


LUCAS, Janet 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


SMOTHERS, Cynthia 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


MA, Linda 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


STEWART, Roberta 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


MADSEN, Mark 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


SUN, Joseph 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


MAFFEI, Alan 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


SUNG, Petrus 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


MALONEY, Gerilyn M. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


TAN, Vicky 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


MAMBRETTI, Victoria 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


TAYAG, June Rachel 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


MARQUEZ, Christina 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


TOM Phil 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


MARTINEZ, Carmen 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


TOM, Yvonne 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


MATASOL, Hector 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


TSE, Jerry 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


MCTEAR, Kenny 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


UGARTE, Marvin J. 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


MEEHAN, Kathleen H. 


08/26/81-06/30/82 


ULLMANN, Daniel 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


MITCHELL, Michael 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


WASHIO, Thomas 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


MIXSON, Regina 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


WHITE, Noel 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


NG, Theodore 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


WHITE, Rita 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


NGOU, Michael 


07/01/81-06/3-/82 


WILLIAMS, Tony 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


OSBORN, Vicki L. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


WONG, Anita 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


OSOFSKY, Paula 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


WONG, Samson 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


OU, Wendy H. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


WONG, Stanley 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


PALANSKY, Donald 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


WONG, Wendy 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


PENA, Jonathan 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


YEE, Amy M. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


PHAM, LY T. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


YEE, Cynthia 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


POON, Gary K. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


YOUNG, Alvin 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


PRUSCHA, Lydia 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


ZAUN, Richard P. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 


RADOVICH, Lydia R. 


07/01/81-06/30/82 







TRANSFERS 
COLLEGE AIDES 

811006-D8 RESOLVED: That the following 3591 College Aides, temporary Civil 

Service employees, assigned to City College WORK STUDY 
PROGRAM, be transferred to REGULAR PROGRAM, effective on dates as 
shown below: 

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TRANSFERS 
COLLEGE AIDES 



811006-D8 



(Continued) 



Name 

CHIU, Tommy 
JOE, Linda 
WILEY, Frank 



Effective 

09/09/81 
09/09/81 
09/09/81 



RELEASES 

811006-D9 RESOLVED: 

Name 

GONZALEZ, Maria 

PERRERAS, Lourdes 

MAGES, Rochelle 

MARQUEZ, Teresa 

DRAKE, Deloss F. 

NGUYEN, Loan Thi 



That the following temporary persons be released close 
of day on dates as shown below: 



Class 
1404 Clerk 

1404 Clerk 

1406 Sr. Clerk 

1422 Jr. Clerk, P.T, 



Location 
City College 

City College 

City College 

District Office 



1872 Programmer Analyst City College 



3591 College Aide 



Alemany CCC 



Effective 
08/05/81 

09/04/81 

09/03/81 

08/17/81 

08/25/81 

09/11/81 



811006-D10 RESOLVED: That the following Exempt Civil Service persons be 

released from their temporary appointments close of day 
on dates as shown below: 



Name 

ARAUJO, Gina E. 

BRYANT, Yvonne 

INOUYE, Nancy M. 

KARK, Bruno 

SWENS0N, John Jr. 

SHIMA, John Douglas 

SIEGEL, Barbara 
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C lass 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 
1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 
1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 
1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 
1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 
1404 Clerk, P.T. 
1404 Clerk, P.T. 

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Location 
City College 
City College 
City College 
Galileo CCC 
Career Guidance 
City College 
CC Centers Div. 



Effective 

09/11/81 

07/01/81 

09/11/81 

09/17/81 

09/04/81 

09/08/81 

08/28/81 



RELEASES 



811006-D10 (Continued) 

Name 

WONG, Anita 

DEARMENT, Carol J. 

MAR, Kim 

PARRIS, Michaelle 

KAMATANI, Nobuko 

BRATTON, Anna Marie 

WELSH, David 

JACOBS, Nanci 

THOMSON, Mary 

HEARING, Michael V. 

JANG, Michael 

SIATAGA, Tavita D. 



Class 

1404 Clerk, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1426 Sr. Clerk Typist, 

P.T. 
2402 Laboratory Helper, 

P.T. 
3591 College Aide, P.T. 

3597 School Aide II, 
P.T. 

3597 School Aide II, 
P.T. 

3598 School Aide III, 
P.T. 

8202 Security Guard, 

P.T. 
8202 Security Guard, 

P.T. 



Location 
City College 
CC Centers Div. 
Career Guidance 
City College 
J. Adams CCC 
City College 
Alemany CCC 
City College 
City College 
City College 
Galileo CCC 
J. O'Connell 



Effective 

09/08/81 

06/30/81 

09/08/81 

09/08/81 

07/01/81 

08/25/81 

09/22/81 

07/31/81 

07/31/81 

09/09/81 

07/31/81 

09/10/81 



RESIGNATION 



811006-D11 RESOLVED: 



That the resignation of Josef ina CRUZ, permanent 1650 Accountant 
assigned to District Office, be accepted close of day 09/17/81. 



RESIGNATIONS 



811006-D12 RESOLVED: 



That the resignations of the following temporary employees 
be accepted close of day on dates as shown below: 



Name 

POON, Stuart J. 

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Class 



Location 



1422 Jr. Clerk Typist District Office 



Effective 



09/16/81 



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RESIGNATIONS 



811006-D12 (Continued) 

Name Class 



LEE, Yvonne 



1424 Clerk Typist 



Location 



Downtown CCC 



Effective 



09/03/81 



LEAVES 



811006-D13 



Name 



RESOLVED: That the following named persons be granted leave of 
absence as shown below: 

Effec. & 
Class Location Duration Reason 



SOLANO, Gregoria N. 

LORENZO, Evelyn 
ROBERTO, Raul P. 
DICKSON, Johnnie 
SMITH, Miriam 



1424 Clerk 
Typist 

1630 Account 

Clerk 
1872 Programmer 

Analyst 
2709 School 

Custodian 
2709 School 

Custodian 



Teachers 

Resource Ctr. 

(J. Adams CCC) 
S.F. Skills 

Center 
CC Centers 

Division 
City College 

City College 



09/16/81 for 
1 month 

09/14/81 for 

4 months 
09/25/81 for 

9 months 
09/09/81 

(Indefinite) 
09/08/81 for 

4 months 



Personal business 



Personal business 

To accept temp. 

1864, to MUNI. 
To accept temp. 

2726, same dept. 
Personal business 



SALARY INCREMENT 
INCREASES 

811006-D14 RESOLVED: That the salaries of the following named persons be 

increased effective on dates as shown below: 



Name 

LEE, Nellie N.W. 
0S0RI0, Jaime V. 
LAWSON, Gary W. 
MURTI, Krishna 



Class 



Location 



Effec. 



From 



To 
B $652 



1488 TIA Evaluation City College 11/19/81 $622 

Technician 
1630 Account Clerk City College 11/15/81 $552 B $578 

3537 TIA Media Service Downtown CCC 11/06/81 $69'. B .S728 

Manager 
5265 Architectural District Office 11/17/81 $1,057 B $1,109 

Assoc. I 



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AMENDMENT 
APPOINTMENT 

811006-D15 RESOLVED: That the appointment of Edward J. DALY, temporary 1227 Testing 

Technician, P.T., on Resolution No. 810915-D3 effective 08/26/81 
be amended to read temporary full time. 



CHANGE OF STATUS 

811006-D16 RESOLVED: That Rita M. RIVERA, temporary 1426 Sr. Clerk Typist assigned 

to City College, be released cod 09/08/81; and that effective 
09/09/81 she be appointed permanent 1424 Clerk Typist, subject to the 
usual probationary period, assigned to the same department. 



811006-D17 RESOLVED: That Marva WU, temporary 1486 Educational Credentials Technician 

assigned to District Office, be released cod 08/25/81; and that 
effective 08/26/81 she be appointed permanent 1486 Educational Credentials 
Technician, subject to the usual probationary period, assigned to the 
same department. 



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SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 

Classified Employees 
(Includes Permanent, Temporary & Part-time) 
New Employees Ethnic Survey 
As of October 6, 1981 



1 




H 


F 


1 




A/PI 


F 


1 




B 


M 


1 




A/PI 


F 


2 




H 


F 


4 




W 


F 


1 




H 


F 


1 




W 


M 


1 




A/PI 


F 


1 




F 


F 


1 




A/PI 


F 


1 




F 


F 


1 




H 


F 


3 




A/PI 


F 


1 




W 


F 


1 




B 


F 


1 




H 


F 


1 




W 


F 


1 




W 


F 


3 




B 


M 


1 




H 


M 


1 




A/PI 


M 


1 




B 


M 


D3 to D17 
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10/06/81 


14 





1402 Junior Clerk, P.T. 
1402 Junior Clerk, P.T. 
1404 Clerk 

1404 Clerk 

1404 Clerk 

1404 Clerk, P.T. 

1404 Clerk, P.T. 

1404 Clerk, P.T. 

1404 Clerk, P.T. 

1406 Senior Clerk 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1426 Sr. Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1446 Sr. Clerk Stenographer 

2447 TIA Chemistry 

2709 School Custodian 

2709 School Custodian 

2709 School Custodian 

2726 School Custodian Asst. Supervisor 



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H 


M 


7PI 


F 


W 


F 


H 


F 


H 


M 



3416 Gardener 

3598 School Aide III, P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, P.T. 
8202 Security Guard, P.T. 



D3 to D17 
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10/06/81 



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san niANcir.co co:£iu:;m colmxi: district 
classi n i:d employees 

(Includes remanent, Temporary 6 P.irt-TIr.ic) 
ETHNIC SURVEY 
AS OF October 6, 1981 

■ » ■ ■■ — ■— ..p i ■ i 

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 



• 


White 


• 
Black 


Hisnanic 


Asian 
Pac. Is. 


Filipino 


Am. Ind. 
Ak.' Nat. 


Total 


Male 


• 124 


86 


35 


62 


29 




336 


Feinal c 


194 


71 


52 


91 


32 


1 


44l' 


Total 


318 


157 


87 


153 


61 

. ..... . . 


• 1 


777 



PERCENTAGE 



• 


White 


Black 


1 Asian 

Hispanic iVac. Is. 


: Filioino 


Aid. Ind; 
Ak. Nat. 


Total 


Hale 


16.0 


11.1 


4.5 


8.0 


3.7 




43.3 


Female 


25.0 


9.1- 


6.7 • 


LI . 7 


4.1 


• 

.1 


56.7 


Total 


41.0 

. .. 


20.2 


11.2 |; 19.7 


7.8 


.1 


100 .*0 



. 


ITMt* 


t>i -n-v 


Hi.-.r>anfr 


Asian 

P.nc. Is. 


Am. Ind. 

Ak. »:.-.t. 


Other 


Total 


SY -19S0 
Census 


45.91 


12. 7Z 


12. 32 


21.72 


0.57." 


1 

6.9: ; 
! 


100.02 



D3 to D17 
Page 14 of 14 
10/06/81 



Tac. Ir,. - Pacific Islander 
Am. Ind. - American Indian 
Ak. Nat. - Alnr.kan Native 



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SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 

CALSSIFILD EMPLOYEES 
(Includes Permanent, Temporary & Part-Time) 
ETHNIC SURVEY 
AS OF October 21. 1980 

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 





White 


i 

Black 


Hispanic 


Asian 
Pac. Is. 


Filipino 


Am. lnd. 

Ak. Nat. 


Total 


Male 


129 


. 90 


35 


58 


23 




335 


Female 


217 


68 


47 


85 


31 


2 


450 


Total 


346 


158 


82 


143 


54 


2 


785 



PERCENTAGE 





White 


Black 


Hisnanic 


Asian 

Pac. Is. 


Filipino 


Am. Inc. 

Ak. Nat. 


Total 


Male 


16.4 


11.5 


4.5 


7.4 


2.9 




42.7 


Female 


27.6 


8.7 


6.0 


10.8 


3.9 


.3 


57.3 


Total 


44.0 


20.2 


10.5 


18.2 


6.8 


.3 


100.0 



SF -1930 
Census 



Asian Am - Ind * 

V7h ** * ?iack Elaaaaic pnc - x s • Ak . ka t . 



45. 9Z 



12. 7Z 



12. 3Z 



21. 7Z 



0.5f 



Other 



Total 



6.9Z 



100. oz 



D3 to 1)28 
Pace 21 of 21 
10/21/80 



Pac. Is. - Pacific Islander 
Am. Ind. - American Indian 
Ak. Nat. - Alaskan Native 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-E1 
Fourth Amendment to the 
Annual Certificated Position Resolution 1981-82 

President and Members: 

The Annual Certificated Position Resolution 1981-82, Resolution 
No. 810616-E1, enumerates all certificated positions continued or created by 
the Governing Board in adopting the budget. As positions are created, abolished, 
or changed as to number of positions, titles, or rate of compensation during the 
year, the Annual Certificated Position Resolution is amended to reflect these 
changes. This amendment is such a change. The effective date and the nature 
of the change is indicated below: 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Annual Certificated Position Resolution 1981-82 
is hereby amended as indicated below: 



Amendment 
Positions 

if - 



FTE 



Class Title 



Compensation 



Min. 



Max. 



Car. Inc. 



Section A1204 - Community College Division - Counselors 



2 - 2 Created 
20 - 20 Counselors - Schedule I 



13086 29508 32406 



To create two Counselor - Schedule I positions effective October 7, 1981 by 
Resolution No. 811006-B4. 



Specially Funded Programs - 

Section G5151 - Skills Center - CETA SVE LVN Program 

Section G5250 - Skills Center - CETA SVE Psychiatric 
Technician Program 



6 - 


6 


Created 












6 - 


6 


Instructors 


- Schedule I 


Y 


13086 


29508 


32406 


1 - 


1 


Created 












1 - 


1 


Counselors - 


Schedule I 


Y 


13086 


29508 


32406 


2 - 


2 


Created 












2 - 


2 


Supervisors 




Y 


13086 


29508 


32406 



These positions shall be continued 
until 9/30/82 and shall be occupied 
only when services are required and 



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Amendment 
Positions 

# - 



FTE 



Class Title 



Compensation 



Min. 



Max, 



Car. Inc. 



funds are provided for the grant 
program by the California Department 
of Education - Vocational Education 
under the Comprehensive Employment 
and Training Act of 1973, Title II, 
P.L. 93-203, CFDA 17.232. 

To create six temporary Instructor - Schedule I, one temporary Counselor - 
Schedule I, and two temporary Supervisor positions effective October 1, 1981 
by Resolution No. 811006-B3 



Section G6450 - Specially Funded Program - 

Indo Chinese Training Program 



2 - 2 Created 

2 - 2 Instructors - Schedule I 



18086 29508 32406 



These positions shall be continued 
until 3/31/82 and shall be occupied 
only when services are required and 
funds are provided for the grant 
program by the Department of Social 
Services, State of California, under 
the provisions of the Refugee Act of 
1980, P.L. 96-212. 



To create two temporary Instructor 
by Resolution No. 811006-B2. 



Schedule I positions effective October 1, 1981 



SYMBOLS : 



Y Annual rate 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-Fl 
Management Personnel 
San Francisco Community College District 



President and Members: 

Resolution No. 811006-Fl covers a management personnel item for the 
Community College Centers Division. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective October 7, 1981 through June 30, 1982, 

DIANA L. VERDUGO, Counselor Schedule I, Mission Community 
College Center, of the Community College Centers Division, be and is 
hereby appointed Acting Assistant Director, Community College Centers 
Division; vice, Berna Katuna, on Sabbatical Leave. Salary to be in 
accordance with the 1981-82 Management Salary Schedule, Classification A, 
Step 1. 

Submitted by, 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor /Superintendent 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



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Summary of Qualifications of 
DIANA L. VERDUGO 

Academic Preparation : 

1964-1971: Bachelor of Science and Master of Science , 

Speech Pathology and Audiology, Communicative 
Disorders, Arizona State University. 

Presently: Juris Doctor, in completion, University of 
San Francisco. Emphasis in Education and 
Labor . 

Master of Arts in Educational Psychology 

Credentials : 

Counseling, Life 

English as a Second Language 

Special Education 

Speech and Hearing 

K-12 Special Education 

Administrative & Teaching Experience : 

Present through 1964 

Mission Center ; Counselor, Teacher 
Skills Center ; Coordinator, Counselor, 

Teacher 
San Francisco Unified School District ; 

Bilingual Teacher, Proposal Writer 
National Council of La Raza ; National 

Education Advisor, Southwestern 

Bilingual Education Coordinator 
Scottsdale Guidance Center ; Remedial 

Services Coordinator, Speech Teacher 
Arizona State University Speech & Hearing 
Clinic ; Supervisor, Teacher of Speech and 

Diagnostic Procedures 
Crippled Children's Hospital ; Bilingual 

Speech & Hearing Services Coordinator, 

Speech & Special Education Teacher 
Arizona State Hospital ; Bilingual Speech 

Teacher and Supervisor 
KRIZ and KFCA Radio Stations ; Advertising 

(Traffic) and Music Coordinator 
Murrell Musical Enterprises ; Office Manager, 

Staff Coordinator 



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Summary of Qualifications of 
DIANA L. VERDUGb 



Consultant Areas : 

Mexican American Advisory Committee 

Mission Business Development Center 

Native American Center 

U.S. Human Resources 

Oakland Public Schools 

Bureau of Indian Affairs 

American Cancer Society 

Archdiocese of San Francisco 

Arizona State University 

San Francisco Unified School District 

Reading is Fundamental 

Sesame Street 



• 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-F2 
Management Personnel 
San Francisco Community College District 



President and Members: 

Resolution No. 811006-F2 covers a management personnel item for the 
Community College Centers Division. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective October 7, 1981, ROSEMARY S. DARDEN, 

Senior Program Supervisor, Parent Education Programs, 
John Adams Community College Center of the Community College Centers 
Division, be and is hereby appointed Assistant Director, Community 
College Centers Division; vice, Raymond S. Bergman, retired July 7, 
1980. Salary shall be in accordance with the 1981-82 Management 
Salary Schedule, Classification A, Step 1. 

Submitted by, 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor /Superintendent 



10/6/81 - F2 



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ROSEMARY S. DARDEN 



EDUCATION: 



M.A., University of California, Berkeley, Ca I i forni a, 1970. 
Early Childhood Education 

B.S., California State University, Hayward, California, 1969, 
Sociology and Early Childhood Education 



CERTIFICATION: 

Community College Administrative Credential, 1976. 

Community College Instructors Credential, 1975. 

Ryan Administrative Credential, Kindergarten - 12th Grade and 
Adult Education; Administrative Internship, California State 
University, Hayward, 1975. 

Standard Elementary Teaching Credential, Kindergarten - 9th Grade 
and Adult Education, University of California, Berkeley, 1970. 

WORK EXPERIENCE: 

1978 - Pres: San Francisco Community College District, Parent 
Education Programs. 

Position: Senior Program Supervisor 

1975 - 1978: San Francisco Community College District, Parent 
Education Program. 

Position: Coordinator (Teacher- I n-Charge) 

1973 - 1975: Berkeley Unified School District, Early Childhood 
Education Program. 

Position: Coordinator 

1970 - 1973: Berkeley Unified School District, Whittier - Univer- 
sity of California Laboratory School. 

Position: Early Childhood Education Laboratory Teacher/ 
Project Fol low-Through Teacher 

1970 - 1972: Peralta Community College District, Meritt College. 

Position: Instructor (Part-time) 



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WORK EXPERIENCE: 

Summer, 1969: Oakland Economic Council, Inc. /Head Start Program. 

Position: Teacher 

Spring, 1969: Oakland Council of Churches/Parent-Child Development 
Center. 

Position: Teacher 

1957 - 1962: United States Government. 



WORK EXPERIENCE, Consulting: 

1970 - Present: Various School Districts, private and public agencies 
and/or organizations. 



PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS: 

NAEYC , National Association for the Education of Young Children 
Phi Lamda Theta , National Educational Honor Society for Women 
CACE , California Association for Compensatory Education 
CCDA , California Child Development Administrators 
Western Region of the Council on Black American Affairs 
CCC/ECE , California Community College Early Childhood Educators 
California Positive Parenting Task Force 

DISTRICT COMMITTFES: 

Instructional Services Committee, 1978 - Present. 

Tripartite Screening and Selection Committee, 1975-81. 

Women's Re-Entry Advisory Committee, 1977-78. 

TASK Force: San Francisco Community College Self -Study Report for 
Accreditation Review, Physical Plant and Equipment Committee, 1975- 
76 and 1976-77. 

COMMUNITY SERVICES: 

1979 - Present: Allen Temple Baptist Church,- Federal Credit Union, 
Oakland California - Board Member, Secretary (1979-81). 



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COMMUNITY SERVICES: 

1976 - Present: JACKIE of San Francisco County - Board Member, Program 
Development Committee (1976-78); Vice-President (1978-80) President 
(1980-82). 

1975 - Present: Foster Parent Advisory Committee, San Francisco 
County Department of Social Services - Board Member, 1977-80 Chair- 
person. 

1975 - Present: Pacific Family & Child Counseling Center, Oakland, 
California - Board Member, President (1980-81). 

1976 - 1980: Family Day Care Provider Advisory Committee, San Fran- 
cisco Child Care Switchboard - San Francisco Community College Liasion. 

1975 - 1979: Early Childhood Education (ECE) Advisory Committee, San 
Francisco Unified School District - Board Member (Community Liasion). 

1962 - 1970: Various Community Organizations - Oakland Public School - 
Community Council (1969-70); Various Committee Chairmanships, Boy Scouts 
of America (1967-68); Various Committee Chairmanships, Girl Scouts of 
America (1962-64); Various Committee Chairmanships, Parent Teacher Asso- 
ciates, Life Time Membership (1962-66); League of Women Voters (1965-70). 



AWARDS AND HONORS: 

Outstanding Services to Families and Children, California Alliance of 
Black Educators, April, 1981. 

Outstanding Christian Leadership, American Baptist Churches, February, 
1980. 

Dean's List, 1967-69. 



TRAVEL: 



Mexico; Africa: Nigeria, Dahomey, Lome, Ghana, and Ivory Cost; Upper 

Antilles: Haiti, Puerto Rico, St. Thomas, and Jamica; Lower Antilles: 

Barbadoes, St. Lucia, and Grenada; Hawaiian Islands; Israel; South 
America: Venezuela, and Greece. 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-F3 
Management Personnel 
San Francisco Community College District 

President and Members: 

Resolution No. 811006-F3 covers a management personnel item for the 
Community College Centers Division. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective October 7, 1981, NICHOLAR CHANG, Counselor 

Schedule I, John O'Connell Community College Center of the 
Community College Centers Division, be and is hereby appointed Assis- 
tant Director, Community College Centers Division; vice, James Norris, 
retired August 4, 1979. Salary shall be in accordance with the 1981-82 
Management Salary Schedule, Classification A, Step 1. 

Submitted by, 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/ Superintendent 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



> 



10/6/81 - F3 



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BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION 



NICHOLAR CHANG 
31 La Vista Way 
San Rafael, Ca. 94901 
(415) 457-6498 (Home) 
(415) 495-3176 (Work) 



CAREER OBJECTIVE 



To utilize my knowledge and experience in the administration 
of community college educational programs. 



EDUC ATION 

Doctor of Education (In Progress) EMPHASIS: Multicultural Education 
University of San Francisco 
San Francisco, Ca. 

Master of Arts in Educational Counseling (1978) 
University of San Francisco 
San Francisco, Ca. 

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (1966) 
Ohio Wesleyan University 
Delaware, Ohio 



PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 

ADMINISTRATION: PROGRAM COORDINATOR 

10/75 to 3/77 Vocational/ESL Program 

S. F. Skills Center 
San Francisco, Ca. 

My Responsibilities Included: 

1. Coordinating training and placement activities for manpower 

trainees in the CETA Chinese Vocational/ESL Program; 

2. Supervising a bilingual vocational machinist training program 

which I developed and obtained funding from H.E.W.; 

3. Organized and coordinated curriculum development; 

4. Supervising teachers and instruction; 



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Nicholar Chang 
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5. Supervising student services, with emphasis on career counseling 

and job development; 

6. Being responsible for the fiscal control and expenditures of the 

program, with a budget of about $400,000 annually; 

7. Reporting to the District and Funding Agency through monthly and 

annual reports; 

8. Cooperating with community agencies, business and labor unions in 

order to enhance training efficiency and employment opportunities 
in the Bay Area; 

9. Coordinating a Program Advisory Committee; 

10. Assuming classroom instructional duties as needed; 

11. Developing new and innovative programs. 



COUNSELING: COUNSELOR 

9/79 to Present John O'Connell Community College 

3/77 to 8/79 Center 

6/73 to 10/75 And Also, San Francisco Community College 

Skills Center 
Both In, San Francisco, Ca. 

My Responsibilities Included: 

1. Working with a large cross-section of the S.F. adult population 

enrolled in Basic Education, Vocational, E.S.L., Medical and 
Industrial Programs; 

2. Developing student service systems as needed — including student 

guidelines, intake and tracking, evaluation, etc.; 

3. Counseling on educational, vocational and personal issues; 
A. Working with community agencies; 

5. Overseeing the Veterans Affairs and Financial Aid Programs; 

6. Forming liaisons with industries and communities. 



R ELATED EXPERIENCE 

Since 1970, I have been actively involved with the human 
services in this area. I have conducted workshops for the S.F.U.S.D., 
C.P.G.A. and community agencies to promote a better understanding 
of the multiculture educational needs and services. I was also 
active in Manpower Committees, community advisory committees and 
professional groups. 



C R_E D ENTIA LS ANT) MEMBERSHIPS 

CREDENTIALS — California Community College Counseling (Life) 
California Adult Teaching (E.S.L.) 

California Community College Supervisorial 



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Nicholar Chang 
Page 3 



MEMBERSHIPS — California Personnel & Guidance Association 

California Association of Teachers to Speakers of 

Other Languages 
Advisory Board, Community Educational Services 
Chinatown Manpower Advisory Council to the Mayor's 

Office 
Executive Committee, American Federation of Teachers, 

Local 2121 
Executive Board, Campaign For Human Development, S.F. 

Archdiocese 
Association of Asian-American Psychologists 
Doctoral Fellow, Multicultural Program, U.S. Dept. of 

Education 



REFERENCES 



Submitted separately. 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-F4 
Management Personnel 
San Francisco Community College District 






ft 



President and Members: 

Resolution No. 811006-FA covers a management personnel item for the 
Community College Centers Division. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective October 7, 1981, ANGELO C. CABRERA, 

Interim Assistant Director, John O'Connell Community 
College Center of the Community College Centers Division, be and 
is hereby appointed Assistant Director, Community College Centers 
Division; vice, Robert J. Polidori, retired August 1, 1980. 
Salary shall be in accordance with the 1981-82 Management Salary 
Schedule, Classification A, Step 4. 

Submitted by, 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/ Superintendent 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



> 



10/6/81 - FA 



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BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION 



ANGELO C. CABRERA 



9/30/81 



EDUCATION : 
AA Degree: 

BA Degree: 

Masters Degree 

CERTIFICATION: 



Santa Ana College 
Santa Ana, CA 

University of San Francisco 
San Francisco, CA 

University of San Francisco 
San Francisco, CA 



. Community College Supervisor Credential - Life 

. Standard Services Credential: Supervision - Grades 
9 - 12 - Life 

. S.D.S. Teaching Credential: Grades 9 - 14 - Life 

. S.D.S. Teaching Credential: Adult - Life 

WORK EXPERIENCE : 

1981 - Present - Interim Assistant Director, John 

O'Connell Community Center 

1980 - 1981 - Acting Assistant Director, John 

O'Connell Community Center 

1978 - 1980 - Senior Program Supervisor, John 

O'Connell Community Center 

1976 - 1978 - Teacher-In-Charge, Site Administrator, 

John O'Connell Community Center 



1971 - 1976 



1969 - 1071 



- Department Chairperson and Instructor, 

Central City Occupational Center, LAUSD 

- Instructor, Bilinqual Classes, Central 

City Occupational Center, LAUSD 



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y/ ou/ ox 

AIJGELO C. CABRERA PAGE 2 

WORK EXPERIENCE : (Continued) 

1975 - 197C - Coordinator of Evening and Saturday 

Classes, Santa Ana College, Santa 
Ana , CA 

1973 - 1975 - Instructor, Bilingual Classes, Evenings 

and Saturdays, Santa Ana College, 
Santa Ana , CA 

1972-1973 - Bilingual Test Instructor, North 

Valley Occupational Center, Woodland 
Rills, CA 

1967 - 1969 - Instructor, Pacoima Skill Center - ESL 

and Vocational Subjects 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE ; 

. Public Service Bilingual Prograir, Channels 50 and 70; 

Santa Ana Unified School District Television Center. 

. Proctor and Translator for Spanish Speaking Courses, 

West Valley Occupational Center, Woodland Hills, CA. 

. Honorarium for Book Reviev/s, Prentice-Hall, 1974. 

. Participated in Test Validation for MAISE, 197 3. 

. Translator - Bilingual WIN Programs, 19 71 - 1973. 

* Developed and Filmed Training Films for Industrial 

Education Institute, 1970 - 1971. 

. Curriculum Advisory Committee - MDTA and WIN Programs, 

1968 - 1970. 

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS : 

. LEA . CAVE 

. CIEA • LATA 

. LIEA . CADC 

. AMEA 

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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-F5 
Management Personnel 
San Francisco Community College District 

President and Members: 

Resolution No. 811006-F5 covers a management personnel item for the 
Community College Centers Division. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective October 7, 1981, PATSY B. McMURTRIE, 
Instructor Schedule I, John Adams Community College 
Center of the Community College Centers Division, be and is hereby 
appointed Acting Assistant Director, Community College Centers 
Division, for an indeterminate period; vice, Bennett Tom, re- 
assigned to District Certificated Services Office of the San 
Francisco Community College District. Salary shall be in accordance 
with the 1981-82 Management Salary Schedule, Classification A, Step 1, 

Submitted by, 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor /Superintendent 



10/6/81 - F5 



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Biographical Information 

Patsy Blake HcMurtrie 

EDUCATION 

B.A. San Francisco State University, Business Education, 1963. 
M.A. San Francisco State University, Business Administration, 1965. 

CREDENTIALS 

California Community College Supervisory Credential 
California Special- Secondary in Business Education 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 

Accreditation Coordinator for Centers Division 1982 Accreditation Report 
and Centers Division High School Programs 1982 Accreditation Report 
October, 1980 - cont. 

Instructor, John Adams Community College Center, San Francisco Community 
College District, 1965 - cont. 

Instructor, San Francisco State University, 1964 - 1966. 

Instructor, General Services Administration, U. S. Government, 1965 - 1966. 

Project Director, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Grant HEW 
No. 5-452-64, 1964 - 1966. 

Administrative Assistant, Northern California Council on Economic Education, 
San Francisco State University, 1961 - 1964. 

Administrative Secretary, NDEA Institute, Guidance and Counseling, S<-.n 
Francisco State University, Feb. 1961 - August 1961. 

Administrative Secretary to Ambassador and Charge of Embassy, American 
Embassy, Australia, U. S. Department of State; and U. S. Department of 
Army, Ryukyu Headquarters, Ryukyu Islands, 1954 - 1956. 

Legal Secretary, Justice of the Peace, District Attorney (former) Contra 
Costa County, and private law firms, California and Hawaii, 1950 - 1954. 

SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS DIVISION; COMMITTEES/PROJECTS 

1977 - 1978 Curriculum development: Job Preparation, John Adams Com. College Center 
1977 Standardization Committee, Centers Division 

1975 Evaluation Team, Centers Division, with George Johnson, Admn. Director 
1973 Certificate Programs, Centers Division, with George Johnson, " " 
1970 Screening Committee, John Adams Community College Center 
1970 Faculty Council, John Adams Community College Center 

1970 - 1971 Accreditation Committee, John Adams Community College Center 
Chapter: Materials of Instruction 
1969 Curriculum development: Secretarial Program, John Adams Cora. College C« 

1966 - 1967 Curriculum development: Researched and originated GUIDELINES (see 
Publications) 



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PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS /HONORS/AWARDS : 



1980 

1979 
1979 
1977 
1977 



1973 - 



1971 
1969 
1969 



1965 - 



1980 Judge, California Beef Council' (Calif . Cattlemen's Assn., Cow Belles) 
annual award. 

1980 National First, Certificate & Cash Award, National Federation of 

Press Women. 

1981 Secretary, California Press Women, Northern District 

1980 Editor, Proof sheet , California Press Women, Northern District 

cont Hostess, monthly education programs, California Press Women 

cont Space Studies Institute, Princeton University 

cont L-5 Society, National and Bay Area Chapter 

1977 Conference, Mid-Western Business Educ. Assn., Houston, Texas 

1971* Delegate, London, England, International Society for Business Education 

cont Junior Master, American Contract Bridge League 

1972 Hospitality Committee, Western Region NBEA, California Business Education 

Association, Bay Area Spring Conference 
1972 Conference, Mid-Western Business Education Association, Dallas, Texas 
cont Charter Member /Secretary, American Federation of Teachers, Local 2121 
cont Stanford Education Club 

cont Chair, Scholarship Committee, American Business Women's Association 
Social Committee " " " " 
Nominating Committee " " " " 

1969 Secretary, California Council of Adult Education, Northern District 

1970 Conference, Programmed Planning Budgeting System, Sacramento 

cont Delta Pi Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Chapter, Honorary Business Education 

Fraternity 
1963 Cum laude graduate, BA Degree, San Francisco State University 
1963 Scholarship Recipient: National Office Management Association 
1963 Scholarship Recipient: Parent-Teachers* Association 
19^7 With distinction graduate, Sacramento Junior College 



PRESENTATIONS : 

1974 "Vocational Training," American Business Women's Association 

"Why Learn Shorthand?" Heald's Business College, San Francisco 



1972 
1971 

1965 

196U 



"Teaching in an Adult School," San Francisco State University, Content and 

Methods, for Dr. Mina Johnson 

Feature Session Speaker (plus demonstration) "Teaching Methods," Bay Area 
CBEA Fall Conference, Palo Alto 

"Methods of Structured Learning," St. Monica's High School, Santa Monica. 



• 



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'icMurtrie 



3. 



PUBLICATIONS : 

"TEACH SHORTHAND SO IT'S EASY TO LEARN," The Journal of Business Education , 1965 

Golden Gate Publishers: 



McGraw-Hill Publishers: 



Teaching Aids, Inc.: 



Shorthand Wall Charts (letter style determina- 
tion charts) co-author 

Gregg Shorthand Structured Learning Program 
(shorthand textbook) co-author 

authored & recorded Grammar -Punctuation Dictation Tapes (lG) 

& directed Vocabulary-Letter Dictation Tapes ( 6) 

& recorded Speed Development Dictation Tapes ( 6) 

" & directed Office Style Dictation Tapes ( 6) 

& designed correlated transparencies for all of above. 



Used in SF. Community College 
Centers Division, MDTA and 
Skill Center 



researched and originated GUIDELINES for Typewriting 
Instruction , 36-Week Course, MDTA Clerk-Typist 
Training Program. 



Used in SF Community College 
Centers Division, Career 
Guidance Center, District 
Office 



reviewed, evaluated and made suggestions for i.-evision(s) 
of Job Development forms. 



♦ 






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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 



Subject: Resolutions No. 811006G1-G24 

Certificated Personnel, City College Division 



President and Members 



Resolutions No. 811006G1-G24 cover certificated personnel 
items for the City College Division. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Juan It a II. Pascual 
Vice President 
Administrative Services 



Recommended for Adoption: 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancel lor /Superintendent 



Gl to G24 
Page 1 of 15 
10/6/81 



Kenneth S. Washington 
President 



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811006-G1 

Hourly 

leaching 

Appointments 

Fall Semester 

1981 



RESOLVED: That the following named instructors be appointed 
to teach for the number of hours per week set opposite their names 
during the Fall Semester, 1981. Unless otherwise indicated, the 
effective dates for Day and Evening hours are September 9, 1981 
through January 29, 1982. Salary shall be in accordance with 
the current salary schedule, instructional rate: 



Name 



APTER, BRUCE 

BARGIONI, DIANA 
*BLASKOVICH, TIM 

BRITTON, DANA 
*CARAVAS, JOHN 
*CERVISI, GISELE 

CHIAO, NANCY 
*COCHENNEC, HENRI 
*COLLIS, HARRY 
*CRUIKSHANK, MARGARET 
*CRUIKSHANK, MARGARET 
♦CHONG, EDWARD 
♦DANKO, CHRISTOPHER 

DICKSON, SALLY 

DICKSON, SALLY 

DICKSON, SALLY 

ERSHOV, LUDMILA 
♦FERNANDEZ, GERMANIA 
*FISHER, DOMINIQUE 
*GARDIN, FIORENZO 

HARRIS, JOHN W. 
*HATRICK, CAROL 
♦HATRICK, CAROL 
+HAYES, DANIEL 
*H0, MARGARET 
♦HOLLOWAY, BRUCE 
*HORI, ROSIE MIYEKO 
*HOWE, KENNETH 
*HSU, WE I -JANE 
♦JORDAN, NATIVIDAD 
♦KHOURY, GEORGE 
*LEE, SHAO-FEN 
♦LENETAKI, SOPHIA 
♦LEONETTI, ATTILIO 
♦LEUNG, BRUCE 
♦LIGHT, ALLIE 
♦LIN, CAROL 
♦LOWOOD, JENIFFER 
♦LUTZ, ARTHUR 
♦MARCHAND, ROBERT 



Day 
Department Hours 

Business 

Medical Asst. 7 
Photography 3 
Medical Asst. 6 
Engineering 
Foreign Language 
Medical Asst. 2 
Hotel $ Rest. 
Foreign Language 
English 6 

English 9 

Dental Lab. Tech. 
Business 

Career Guid/Dev. 
Career Guid/Dev. 
Career Guid/Dev. 
Foreign Language 
Foreign Language 
Foreign Language 
Foreign Language 
Ther. Radiology 2 
Dental Assisting 8 
Dental Assisting 5 
P.E. South 
Foreign Language 
Foreign Language 
Foreign Language 
English 6 

English 6 

Foreign Language 5 
Foreign Language 
Foreign Language 5 
Foreign Language 
Foreign Language 
Business 

Photography 3 
Foreign Language 
Study Center 3 
Engineering 
Engineering 



Eve/Sat Total 
Hours Weekly 

3 3 

7 
3 
6 
6 6 
9 9 
2 

2 2 
9 9 

6 
9 

3 3 
5 5 
5 5 
5 5 

5 5 
3 3 
9 9 

6 6 
3 3 

2 
8 
5 

2 2 
6 6 

3 3 
6 6 

6 

6 

3 8 

3 3 

4 9 
6 6 
9 9 

5 5 
3 

6 6 
3 

6 6 

7 7 



Effective 
Dates 



9/9-10/12/81 
9/9-10/12/81 

9/9-10/12/81 



9/9-9/16/81 
9/17/81-1/29/82 



9/10-10/6/81 
10/9-11/3/81 
11/5-12/3/81 



9/9-9/21/81 
9/22/81-1/29/82 



9/9-10/16/81 



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Page 2 of 15 
10/6/81 



♦New hourly instructor- -appointment contingent upon possession 
and recordation of an appropriate California Community College 
Credential. 

+Regular full-time instructor--extra pay. 



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811006-G1 (continued) 



Name 

*MARVIN, FRANCES 
*MATTEUCIG, G I AC INTO 
*McCLURG, MARLO 
+McCUTCHAN, NELL 
*McGRAW, PATRICIA 
*McGRAW, PATRICIA 
+MEHAN, JOHN 
*MONCHATRE, JACQUES 
*MONSARRAT, MARK 
*MOSES, DIANA 
*MOSES, DIANA 
*PARR, DAVID 

PHILLIPS, THEODORE 

POTTER, LINDA 
*RIZZO, JOHN 

ROBERTS, LAURIE 
*SAN MAMES, JUAN 
*SARAF, IRVING 
*SAMBOL, HOWARD 
*SAMBOL, HOWARD 
*SCHOENFELD, ELI 
+SCRIBNER, EARL 
*SHATERIAN, ALAN 
♦SIMONCINI, FORREST 
*SMITH, STUART N. 

SMITH, VERNON 
*STERING, EDWARD 
*TCHIKOVANI, GEORGES 
+THURBER, MARY 
*TRICARO, ROBERT 
*TUMMINIA, JOANNE 
*TWEEDIE, CHRISTINA 

WEAVER, KEITH 

+ZAKUS, SHARON 
*ZANKO, EUGENE 
ZELAYA, MANUEL 





Day 


Eve/Sat 


Total 


Effective 


Department 


Hours 


Hours 


Weekly 


Dates 


English 


6 




6 




Foreign Language 




3 


3 




English 


6 




6 




English 


3 




3 


9/11/81-1/29/82 


Medical Records 


2 




2 


9/9-9/18/81 


Medical Records 


2 




2 


9/9/81-1/29/82 


English 


3 




3 


9/11/81-1/29/82 


Foreign Language 




6 


6 




Engineering 


9 




9 




English 


6 




6 


9/9-9/16/81 


English 


9 




9 


9/17/81-1/29/82 


Drama 




3 


3 




Ther. Radiology 


2 




2 




Ther. Radiology 


1 




1 




Foreign Language 




3 


3 




English 


9 




9 




Foreign Language 




9 


9 




Photography 


3 




3 




Computer Science 




2 


2 




Mathematics 


3 




3 




Foreign Language 




3 


3 




Engineering 


3 




3 




Foreign Language 




6 


6 




Foreign Language 




6 


6 




Printing Tech. 




3 


3 




Ther. Radiology 


2 




2 


(9/10-10/29/81+ 3 hrs. 


Foreign Language 




6 


6 


each 11/5 $ 11/12) 


Foreign Language 




9 


9 




English 


3 




3 


9/11/81-1/29/82 


Biology 


6 




6 




Foreign Language 




6 


6 




Foreign Language 




6 


6 




Ther. Radiology 


2 




2 


(11/5/81-1/29/82 
+3 hrs.ea. 1/7 §1/14) 


Medical Records 


4 




4 


9/9-9/17/81 


Engineering 


9 




9 




Business 




3 


3 





*New hourly instructor- -appointment contingent upon possession 

and recordation of an appropriate California Community College Credential 
+Regular full-time instructor- -extra pay. 



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Page 3 of 15 
10/6/81 



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811006-G2 RESOLVED: That the following changes in hourly teaching 

Changes in appointments be noted. Unless otherwise indicated, the effective 



Hourly 
Appointments 
Fall 1981 


dates for Day and Evening hours 
January 29, 1982. Salary shall 
salary schedule, instructional : 


are September 9, 
be in accordance 
rate: 


1981 through 
with the current 


Name 




Department 1 

From Labor Stud. 
To Labor Stud. 


Day 
lours 


Eve/Sat 
Hours 

3 
3 


Total 
Weekly 

3 
3 


Effective 
Dates 


Change 
BRACONI, JOAN 


11/17/81-1/19/82 
11/3/81-1/19/82 


CARTER, AVERY 




From 
To 


Labor Stud. 
Labor Stud. 




3 
3 


3 
3 


9/15-11/10/81 
9/15-10/27/81 


SOLLER, ROBERT 




From 

and 

To 

and 

and 


English 

Drama 

English 

Drama 

Art 


3 

3 
3 


6 
3 


6 
3 
3 

3 
3 


9/17/81-1/29/82 


TARTAK, MARVIN 




From 
To 


Music 
Music 


3 


6 
9 


9 
9 


9/16/81-1/29/82 


Increase 

















I 



ADAMS, KENNETH 



BELL, LOREN 



From Astronomy 
To Astronomy 

From English 
To English 



9/10/81-1/29/82 



« 



BROUCARET, AUGUSTE 



From Orn. Hort, 
To Orn. Hort 



CROOKS, MACK 



From Music 
To Music 



GARF INKLE, JOAN 



From Business 
To Business 
and Business 



11/5/81-1/14/82 



GEE, KENNETH 



From Computer Sci, 
To Computer Sci, 



GIUSTO, THOMAS 



GREGG AINS, RAYMOND 



From P.E. North 

To P.E. North 

From P.E. South 

To P.E. South 






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10/6/81 



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811006-G2 (continued) 



Name 

Increase 
HUDSPETH, CHARLES 

HYATT, MEREDITH 

KOREY, SUZANNE 

KUAN, DAVID 

LANDES, SUSAN 

LEE, MARIE ELAINE 

MARTINEZ, FRED 



MATTE SON, ANISE 
(JACKSON) 

MITCHELL, MARY 



MOFFAT, FRANCES 
PARODI, MICHAEL 
PIGGEE, THOMAS 
PIPER, BERNARD 
ROSENBAUM, LEANNA 



Department 


Day 
Hours 


From 
To 


Music 
Music 


3 
6 


From 
To 


Business 
Business 


3 


From 
To 


Print. Tech. 
Print. Tech. 




From 
To 


For . Lang . 
For . Lang . 




From 
To 


Biology 
Biology 


6 


From 
To 


English 
English 


4 
6 


From 

To 

and 


Business 
Business 
Business 




From 
To 


Med. Rec. 
Med. Rec. 


3 
3 



From Computer Sci. 
To Computer Sci. 
and Computer Sci. 3 



From 


Journalism 


3 


To 


Journalism 


6 


From 


P.E. South 




To 


P.E. South 


4 


From 


P.E. South 


2 


To 


P.E. South 


4 



From Print. Tech, 
To Print. Tech. 

From English 
To English 



Eve/Sat Total 
Hours Weekly 



Effective 
Dates 



9/21/81-1/29/82 



9/17/81-1/29/82 



9/9-10/28/81 



9/9-9/16/81 
9/17-1/29/82 



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10/6/81 



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811006-G2 (continued) 

Name 

Increase 
RYMER, RENEE 

SCHIEFER, EVA MARIA 
TOMKINS, JOHN 

TOWNSELL, FRANK 
TURDICI, PETER 
UPTON, WILLIAM 

+VELASQUEZ, THOMAS 

ZAPATA, DARYL 

Decrease 

BARNHART, JERE LOWELL 

CHUN, DORIS 

CORNELL, ELIZABETH 



Department 



From For. Lang, 

To For. Lang. 

From For. Lang. 

To For. Lang. 



Day 
Hours 



From 


Business 




To 


Business 




and 


Business 




From 


Music 




To 


Music 




From 


Fire Science 




To 


Fire Science 




From 


Business 




To 


Business 




and 


Business 




From 


English 




To 


English 


3 


From 


P.E. South 


4 


To 


P.E. South 


10 



From Computer Sci. 
To Computer Sci. 

From For. Lang. 
To For. Lang. 



DICKERT, LINDA 



GOODMAN, NANCY 



From Study Center 3 

To Study Center 3 

and Study Center 3 

and Study Center 3 

From Consumer Arts 7 

To Consumer Arts 2 

From English 3 
To English 



Eve/Sat Total 
Hours Weekly 



3 
6 

3 
6 

3 
3 
6 

3 
6 

3 
6 

2 
2 
2 

3 
6 

4 
10 



Effective 
Dates 



9/15/81-1/29/82 

9/10-10/29/81 

9/14/81-1/29/82 

9/17/81-1/29/82 

11/3/81-1/19/82 
9/11/81-1/29/82 



9/9/81-1/22/82 
9/9-9/16/81 
10/19-11/23/81 
12/1/81-1/22/82 



9/21/81-1/29/82 



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Page 6 of 15 
10/6/81 



+Regular full-time instructor—extra pay. 



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811006-G2 (continued) 



Name 



Decrease 



GRUBB, FRANCES 



KALA, FLORDELIZA 



+KERR, KEITH 

LEE, SHIRLEY 
+MATHEWS, WAYNE 

McMAHON, PAULA 
+NAUMANN, MANFRED 
+ORIN, JAMES 

OSBORNE, KISTLER 
PALACIO, MITCHELL 
RICHARDS, THOMAS 
RICKETTS, JOHN 
SIMON, GLADYS 



Department 



From Journalism 
To Journalism 

From Career Dev, 

and Career Dev. 

and Career Dev. 

and Career Dev. 

To Career Dev. 

and Career Dev. 

and Career Dev. 

and Career Dev. 

From Business 
To Business 

From For. Lang. 
To For . Lang . 



Day 
Hours 



From 


Chemistry 


6 


To 


Chemistry 


3 


From 


Dent. Asst. 


9 


To 


Dent. Asst. 


6 


From 


Chemistry 


6 


To 


Chemistry 


3 


From 


Drama 




and 


Music 


3 


To 


Music 


3 


From 


Business 




To 


Business 




From 


P.E. South 


8 


To 


P.E. South 


4 



From English 
To English 

From Fire Science 
To Fire Science 

From Journalism 
To Journalism 



Eve/Sat Total 
Hours Weekly 



Effective 
Dates 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

6 
3 

8 
3 

6 

3 

9 
6 

6 

3 

3 
3 
3 

6 
5 

10 
6 

9 
3 

6 

3 

6 
3 



9/9-10/28/81 

9/12-10/31/81 

11/4/81-1/20/82 

11/14/81-1/23/82 

9/9-9/17/81 

9/12-9/21/81 

11/4/81-1/20/82 

11/14/81-1/23/82 



9/16/81-1/29/82 



9/21/81-1/29/82 



9/14/81-1/29/82 
9/16/81-1/29/82 



9/10/81-1/29/82 
9/17/81-1/29/82 



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10/6/81 



+Regular full-time instructor—extra pay. 



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811006-G2 (continued) 







Day 


Eve/Sat 


Total 


Effective 


Name 


Department 


Hours 


Hours 


Weekly 


Dates 


Cancel 




ALVAREZ, ANA 


I.D.S.T. 


3 




3 


9/18/81 


AZEVEDO, NEYDE 


Music 




3 


3 


9/22/81 


BROWN, DONNA 


Behavioral Science 


3 


3 


9/16/81 


BUSH, JEFFREY 


Ornamental Hort. 


4 




4 


9/15/81 


CHAMPION, RICHARD 


Computer Science 




4 


4 


9/10/81 


CRUMP LER, DEWEY 


Art 


3 




3 


9/19/81 


ENCISO, FRANZ 


Music 




6 


6 


9/9/81 


ESTERMAN, RICHARD 


Music 




6 


6 


9/21/81 


GARRETT, RUFUS 


Behavioral Science 


3 


3 


9/10/81 


GORHAM, PEGGY 


Music 


3 




3 


9/21/81 


HAG AN, CORINNE 


Computer Science 




2 


2 


9/9/81 


HONDIUS, KATHERINE 


I.D.S.T. 




3 


3 


9/10/81 


HOSKEN, JEROME 


Physics 


3 




3 


9/9/81 


IAZZETTA, FRANK 


Business 




5 


5 


9/9/81 


LERNER, SANDRA 


Computer Science 




4 


4 


9/9/81 


LOPEZ, FRAN 


Dental Assisting 


8 




8 


9/9/81 


MOSGOFIAN, DENIS 


Printing Tech. 




3 


3 


9/9/81 


MURRAY, JOAN 


Photography 


6 




6 


9/10/81 


OLSEN, JACK 


Labor Studies 




3 


3 


9/11/81 


PRESSLER, ROSEMARIE 


I.D.S.T. 




3 


3 


9/16/81 


RATH, DAVID 


I.D.S.T. 


3 




3 


9/16/81 


SILVERMAN, HAROLD 


Journalism 


3 




3 


9/9/81 


TUCKER, BEVERLY 


Labor Studies 




3 


3 


9/10/81 


YEE, DONALD 


Business 




5 


5 


9/9/81 



811006-G3 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



RESOLVED: That resolution 810602-G1, Hourly Teaching 
Appointments, Summer, 1981, be amended in part as follows: 

Change effective dates 

McFADDEN, JAMES from 6/22-7/31/81 to 6/22-8/6/81 



811006-G4 

Name 

Change 



RESOLVED: That the following name change be made for payroll 
purposes : 



from MATTESON, ANISE J. 



to JACKSON, ANISE J, 



811006-G5 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



RESOLVED: That resolution 810915-G9, After School Activities 
Physical Education, South, be amended in part as follows: 



Change total hours from 2845 



to 2745 



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811006-G6 

Evening 

Division 

Assistant 

Site 

Managers 

5410 



RESOLVED: That effective September 15, 1981 through January 21, 
1982,+VASQUEZ VEGA, MIGUEL, be appointed to serve as Evening Division 
Assistant Site Manager for 6 hours per week. Salary shall be in 
accordance with the current salary schedule, non-instructional rate. 



811006-G7 

Special 

Assignment 

Instructional 

Computing 

Laboratory 



RESOLVED: That the following named certificated personnel 
be appointed to serve in the Instructional Computing Laboratory 
for the number of hours per week indicated for the effective dates 
shown. Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary 
schedule, non-instructional rate: 



Name 
*DRAKE, DELOSS 
+GREEN, DENNIS 
+SCH0LAND, JULIA 



Hrs./Wk. 
15 
6 
4 



Effective Dates 
9/14/81-1/30/82 
9/21/81-1/25/82 
9/16/81-1/27/82 



811006-G8 

Evening 

Division 

Counselors 

5410 



RESOLVED: That the following named counselors be appointed 
to serve in the Evening Division for the total number of hours 
shown on the dates indicated. Salary shall be in accordance with 
the current salary schedule, instructional rate: 



Name 
+CARRILL0, LUIS 
+CHIN, JESSIE 
+LUM, HELEN 
+McG0VERN, YVONNE 

TOLER, MELVIA 



Total Hours 

Sh 
6 
12 
6 
3 



Effective Dates 

9/3/81 

9/9 $ 9/14/81 

9/9, 9/10, 9/14 $ 9/15/81 

9/10 $ 9/15/81 

9/3/81 



811006-G9 

Special 

Assignment 

Foreign 

Language 

Department 



RESOLVED: That +MEJIA, JOSE, be appointed to assist in 
enrolling foreign language students at Marina Middle School on 
September 14, 1981, for a total of 4 hours. Salary shall be in 
accordance with the current salary schedule, non-instructional 
rate. 



811006-G 10 RESOLVED: That for the purpose of record clearance, the 
Demise demise of GRALAK, RICHARD on September 15, 1981, be noted. 



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*New hourly instructor—appointment contingent upon possession 
and recordation of an appropriate California Community College 
Credential. 

+Regular full-time instructor- -extra pay. 



-95- 



811006-G11 RESOLVED: That effective September 14, 1981 through 
Special January 29, 1982, the following named certificated personnel 
Assignment be appointed to serve in the Biology Laboratory for the number 
Biology Lab of hours per week shown. Salary shall be in accordance with 
the current salary schedule, non-instructional rate: 



< 



Name 
+GUTHRIE, MICHAEL 

HARRETT-AIGLA, GEORGE 
+ JOHNSON, ELAINE 



Hrs./Wk, 
10 
4 
7 



811006-G12 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



RESOLVED: That resolution 810818-G6, College Librarians, 
Day and Evening Division, be amended in part as follows: 



Increase 
BRICKNER, MARGARET from 

to 



(Cl-6110) 
Da y Hrs/Wk 
5 
5 



(Cl-5410) 
Eve Hrs/Wk 



Effective Dates 



9/24/81-1/29/81 



811006-G13 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



RESOLVED: That resolution 810804-G4, Concert/Lecture Series 
Coordinator, be amended as follows: 

Increase 

DVORSEN, BETTY from 15 Hrs./Wk. to 20 Hrs./Wk. 



811006-G14 

Special 

Assignment 

Radiation 

Therapy 



RESOLVED: That effective September 21 through October 30, 1981 
#CHAN, ERIC, be appointed to prepare the self -study required for 
the recertification of the Radiation Therapy Technology Curriculum 
for a total of 60 hours. Salary shall be in accordance with the 
current salary schedule, non-instructional rate. 



811006-G1S 



RESOLVED: That resolution 810915-G6, Evening Division Assistant 



Amendment to Site Managers, be amended in part as follows 



Resolution 



Decrease 
+WELLS, WALLACE from 



to 



Total Hours 

6 hrs/wk 

+ 3 hrs. each 

3 hrs/wk 

+ 3 h?*s. each 



Effective Dates 
9/10/81-1/21/82 
9/9 & 9/14/81 
9/15/81-1/21/82 
9/9 § 9/14/81 



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+Regular full time instructor—extra pay. 
#Pro-rata instructor—extra pay. 



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811006-G16 
Concert/ 
Lecture 
Series 



Lectures 



RESOLVED: That the following named individuals be appointed 
for the dates shown and granted the honorarium indicated: 

Lecturer: Max Kirkeberg 

Date: September 29, 1981--7:00-9: 30 p.m. 

Location: A218 

Honorarium: $25 

Subject: San Francisco Geography 

Mr. Kirkeberg, an expert in the field of San Francisco geography 
and related history, uses three screen slide shows to illustrate 
various aspects of City geography. He is a member of the San 
Francisco State Faculty. 



Lecturer: 
Date: 
Location: 
Honorarium: 
Subject : 



James Cotter 
October 6, 1981 
A218 

$15 
Murals 



7-8 p.m. 



Artist James Cotter, a member of the Sunset Mural Workshop, will 
discuss the murals he has designed and painted around the City. 

Lecturer: Ruth Harring 

Date: October 7, 1981--2 p.m. 

Location: Student Union 

Honorarium: $100 

Subject: Chess Demonstration 

Ms. Harring is one of the 5 strongest female chess players in the 
United States. She will demonstrate her abilities in the game of 
chess. 

Lecturer: Judith Lynch 

Date: October 13, 1981--7:00-9:30 p.m. 

Location: A218 

Honorarium: $25 

Subject: Victorian Architecture 

Judith Lynch, co-author/editor of three books on Victorian architecture, 
is also an instructor in History and Humanities at San Francisco 
State University. She has compiled a slide-show presentation on 
San Francisco buildings. 



811006-G17 

Evening 

Division 

Late 

Registration 



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Page 11 of 15 
10/6/81 



RESOLVED: That effective August 28 through September 17, 1981, 
ZIMMERMAN, SIDNEY, be appointed to assist with Evening Division late 
registration at Marina Middle School for a total of 17 hours. Salary 
shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, non-in- 
structional rate. 

+Regular full-time instructor- -extra pay. 



■97- 



811006-G18 

S pecial 

Assignment 

NSF- CAUSE 

PREPS 

Project 

(Cl-6010- 

15022) 



RESOLVED: That effective September 8 through November 30, 
1981, the following named certificated personnel be appointed to 
prepare instructional and testing materials for the NSF-CAUSE- 
PREPS Project for the number of hours per week indicated. Salary 
shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, instructional 
rate. (These constitute a portion of the District's requirement 
for matching funds.) 



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Name 
+DUGRE, DONALD 
+ JOHNSON, MILDRED 
+McINERNY, WILLIAM 
+NAUMANN, MANFRED 



Hrs . /Wk . 
6 
3 
3 
3 



8I1006-G19 
Computer 
Science 
Instructor 



RESOLVED: That on September 10 and September 15, 1981, 
+W0STNER, ULF, be appointed to teach in the Computer Science 
Department for a total of 3 hours. Salary shall be in accord- 
ance with the current salary schedule, instructional rate. 



811006-G20 

Evening 

Division 

Late 

Registration 

5410 



RESOLVED: That FREGLY, CAROL, be appointed to assist with 
late registration in the Evening Division on September 2 and 3, 
1981, for a total of 12 hours. Salary shall be in accordance 
with the current salary schedule, non-instructional rate. 



811006-G21 

Additional 

Hours of 

Service 

Department 

Heads 

Summer 1981 



RESOLVED: That effective July 27 through September 4, 1981, 
ANDREWS, MARTA, be appointed to provide scheduling, interviewing, 
and coordination of additional foreign language classes for a totnl 
of 82 hours. Salary shall be in accordance with the current salar; 
schedule, instructional rate. 



811006-G22 

Additional 

Hours of 

Service 

Department 

Heads 

5410 

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Page 12 of 15 
10/6/81 



RESOLVED: That effective September 10, 1981 through January 21, 
1982, KAWAKAMI, THOMAS, be appointed Certificated Person In Charge in 
the Evening Division for 3 hours per week, and 3 hours each on 
September 9 and 15, 1981. Salary shall be in accordance with the 
current salary schedule, instructional rate. 



+Regular full-time instructor--extra pay. 



•I 



-98- 



811006-G23 
Amendment to 
Rpsolut i on 



Delete 
NAGER, SANDRA 



RESOLVED: That resolution 810915-G15, Amendment to Resolution, 
Additional Hours of Service, Department Heads, be amended in part 
ns follows: 

Day live/Sat Total Effective 
Hours Hours Weekly Dates 

3 3 9/9/81-1/29/82 



Department 
Consumer Arts 



811006-G24 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



RESOLVED: That resolution 810901-G7, Additional Hours of 
Service, Department Heads, be amended in part as follows: 



Change effective dates Department 
MUELLER, MADELINE From ;Music 

To Music 



Day Eve/Sat Total Effective 

Hours Hours Weekly Dates 

3 3 9/9/81-1/29/82 

3 3 9/9-9/15/81 



Delete 

POTTER, STEVEN C, 



Dental Lab. Tech. 



9/9/81-1/29/82 



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City College of San Francisco 



ETHNIC SURVEY 



NEW FIRST-TIME INSTRUCTORS HIRED BY CITY COLLEGE BY AUTHORITY 
OF FOREGOING RESOLUTIONS 



TIME PERIOD: FROM September 15, 1981 



TO 



October 6, 1981 



FACULTY 


WHITE 

M F 


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M F 


HISP. 

M F 


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PAC. IS. 

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TOTAL 

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TOTAL 

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DEPARTMENT 

Biology 

Business 

Business 

Business 

CAP Project 

Computer Science/Mathematics 

Dental Assisting 

Dental Lab Technology 

Drama 

Engineering 

English 

English 

English 

Foreign Language 

Foreign Language 

Foreign Language 

Foreign Language 

Foreign Language 

Hotel §. Restaurant 

Instructional Computing Lab 

Medical Record Technology 

Photography 

Photography 

Printing Technology 

Study Center 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-H1 
Certificated Personnel 
Categorically Funded Programs 
City College of San Francisco 



President and Members: 

Resolution No. 811006-H1 covers certificated personnel items 
in categorically funded programs for City College of San Francisco. Services 
are required and funds have been provided by the grantor for each of the 
categorically funded programs appointments. 

California Education Code Section 87470 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may employ persons 
possessing an appropriate credential as certificated employees in programs 
and projects to perform services conducted under contract with public or 
private agencies, or other categorically funded projects of indeterminate 
duration. The terms and conditions under which such persons are employed 
shall be mutually agreed upon by the employee and the governing board and 
such agreement shall be reduced to writing. Service pursuant to this section 
shall not be included in computing the service required as a prerequisite to 
attainment of, or eligibility to, classification as a regular employee of a 
community college district..." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Recommended for adoption: 



Juanita U. Pascual 
Vice President 
Administrative Services 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Kenneth S 
President 



Washington 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/ Superintendent 



HI 

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811006-H1 RESOLVED: That resolution 810915-H6, Special Assignment, CAP 

Amendmen t to Project, be amended in part as follows: 

Effective Dates 
9/9/81-1/22/82 

Effective Dates 

9/10-9/27/81 

9/28/81-1/22/82 



Resolution 


Delete 
MITCHELL, PAULA 


Hours /Week 
8 




Add 
*EVERS, KATHLEEN 
and 


Hours/Week 
8 
13 



*New hourly instructor. 



811006-H1 
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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolutions No. 811006-J1 to 811006-J5 
Certificated Personnel 
Categorically Funded Programs 
Community College Centers j 

President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 811006-J1 to 811006- J5 cover certificated personnel 
items in categorically funded programs for the Community College Centers. 
Services are required and funds have been provided by the grantor for each 
of the categorically funded program appointments. 

California Education Code Section 87470 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may employ persons 
possessing an appropriate credential as certificated employees in programs 
and projects to perform services conducted under contract with public or 
private agencies, or other categorically funded projects of indeterminate 
duration. The terms and conditions under which such persons are employed 
shall be mutually agreed upon by the employee and the governing board and 
such agreement shall be reduced to writing. Service pursuant to this section 
shall not be included in computing the service required as a prerequisite 
to attainment of, or eligibility to, classification as a regular employee 
of a community college district..." 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 

Recommended for adoption: 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/Superintendent 

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COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



811UQ6-J5 

Supervisory 

Stipend 



RESOLVED: That the following named Supervisors 
of the Community College Centers Division of the San 
Francisco Community College District be assigned 
additional responsibilities during the Academic Year 
1981-82, payment for these responsibilities shall be 
the stipend amount indicated for the Academic Year 
and pro-rated to the days served. 



NAME 



CENTER 



PROGRAM 



STIPEND 



Coffman, Andrea B. 



Flagiello, Carolyn 



Parent Ed. 



Skills Center 



St. Preschool 
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Goins, Etta 



Skills Center 



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ITP(Ca. St. 
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San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolutions No. 811006-K1 to 811006-K21 
Certificated Personnel 
Community College Centers 

President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 811O06-K1 to 811006-K21 cover certificated 
personnel items for the Community College Centers. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Recommened for adoption; 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/ Superintendent 



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COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



8I1Q06-K5 
Amendment 



NAME 



Etherington, Lenox 
Plant, Edward 
Nyhan , Thomas 



RESOLVED; That the following resolutions, 
pertaining to Temporary Appointments, be amended 
to show the beginning dates of the Appointments 
for the following employees. 



CENTER 
88 J. Adams 
88 J. Adams 
29 Downtown 



RESOLUTION DATES SHOWN SHOULD BE 



810901-K1 
81091 5-K2 
810901-K1 



9/10/81 
9/15/81 
9/11/81 



9/9/81 
9/9/81 
9/10/81 



811006-K6 
Amendment 



Carment, Monique 
Palmer, Christine 

81100.6-K7 



Instructional 
Programs 



811006-K8 



RESOLVED: That the following resolutions, 
pertaining to Temporary Appointments, be amended 
to show the ending dates of the Appointments for 
the following employees. 

20 J. Adams 810915-K1 11/24/81 11/25/81 

85 Parent Ed. 810616-K1 8/11/81 9/3/81 

RESOLVED: That the following instructional programs ■ 
be approved and given at the locations shown. For admin- 
istrative purposes, the following programs are attached to 
John Adams Community College Center. 

Class: S.F. P. D. Arrest & Firearms 
Location: 2055 Silver Avenue 
Instructor: Maxwell Gillette 
No. of Sessions: 24 
Hours per Session: 2 
Fee per Session: $30.00 
Period of Time: 9/2/81-12/2/81 

Group Leaders: Wassil Rolovich, David Alex, Michael 
Hebel, Michael Chan, Dirk Beijen 

Class: Paramedic 

Location: 1860 Hayes St. 

Instructor: Maureen Shanahan 

No. of Sessions: 7 

Hours per Session: Various 

Fee per Session: 3 @ $125.00 each, 4 Q $75.00 each 

Period of Time: 9/9/81-9/17/81 

Group Leaders: Helina Leinier, Anna Webster, Robert 

Banka, William Boehley, Richard Allen, 



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COMMTTNTTY COLLEGE CENTERS 



811006-K.9 



Instructional 
Programs (cont'd.) 



Class; Review for Foreign Nurses 

Location: 1860 Hayes Street 

Instructor: Gloria Crosson 

No. of Sessions: 5 

Hours per Session: Various 

Fee per Session: 3 @ $60.00 each, 1 @ $45.00 

Period of Time: 9/16/81-9/22/81 

Group Leaders: Lisa Jones, Kathy Mahon 



811006-K10 

Instructional 

Programs 



RESOLVED: That the following instructional programs 
be approved and given at the locations shown. For admin- 
istrative purposes, the following programs are attached to 
Mission Community College Center. 



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811006-K11 



Class: Consumer Education: Business Aspects of 

Managing Alone 
Location: 333 Eucalyptus 
Instructor: Geraldine Murphy 
No. of Sessions: 5 
Hours per Session: 1% 
Fee per Session: $30.00 
Period of Time: 9/23/81-10/21/81 
Group Leaders: George McKray, Ed Moore, Virgil 
Elliott, Carol J. Wisnieski 

Class: Stress Without Distress 

Location: The Heritage, 3400 Laguna 

Instructor: Geraldine Murphy 

No. of Sessions: 6 

Hours per Session: 2 

Fee per Session: $50.00 

Period of Time: 9/24/81-10/29/81 

Group Leaders: Paul Heim, Nicole Meyers, John E. 

Killeen, Jeri Edelston, Robert Taylor 

Huey Burruss 



811006-K12 



Class: Training Program for Administrators of Residential 

Care Homes 
Location: 3355 19th Avenue 
Instructor: Geraldine Murphy 
No. of Sessions: 5 
Hours per Session: 2 

Fee per Session: 4 @ $50.00 each, 1 @ No Fee 
10/6/81-11/3/81 

Mary F. Ballard, Kenneth Passamaneck, 

Lewis Eng, Theodore Tong, 

Katharine Eng 



Period of Time: 
Group Leaders: 



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COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



« 



HI1UOO-K.1 i 

I nstructional 
Programs (cont'd.) 



Class; From Plato to Sarte 
Location: 33 Gough Street 
Instructor: Geraldine Murphy 
No. of Sessions: 4 
Hours per Session: 2 
Fee per Session: $40.00 
Period of Time: 9/30/81-10/21/81 
Group Leader: Desmond Fitz Gerald 



81 1006-K14 
Change of 
Name 



RESOLVED: That the name of JUDITH ROOK, Hourly 
Instructor, Downtown Community College Center of the 
Community College Centers Division, be changed to 
JUDITH 0'ROURKE, effective August 26, 1981. 



811006-K15 
Cancellation 
of Long-Term 
Substitute 
Assignment 



RESOLVED: That effective October 6, 1981, 
the Schedule I Long-Term Substitute Assignment of 
JEAN E. BRAMER, John Adams Community College Center, 
be cancelled. Resolution No. 810901-K8. 



811006-K16 
Cancellation 
of Long-Term 
Substitute 
Assignment 



RESOLVED: That effective September 8, 1981, 
the Schedule I Long-Term Substitute Assignment of 
TINA WONG CHIN, Chinatown/North Beach Community College 
Center, be cancelled. Resolution No. 810721-K15. 



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811006-K17 
Assignment 
Long-Term 
Substitute 



RESOLVED: that effective October 5, 1981 thru 
December 18, 1981, PANIDA VEERATHANONGDECH, be assigned 
as a Temporary Schedule I Long-Term Substitute at China. »wr/ 
North Beach Community College Center, in the absence of 
RUTH SHELBY on Sabbatical Leave; subject ESL 50. Salary 
shall be in accordance with the 1981-82 salarv schedule. 



8 11006-K18 
Appointment 
1st Year 
Contract 



RESOLVED: That effective October 7, 1981, 
JEAN E. BRAMER, be appointed a Schedule I first year 
(probationary ) Counselor, assigned to Career Guidance/ 
Experimental Programs. Position created by Board 
Resolution No. 811006-B4. Salary shall be in accordance 
with the 1981-82 salary schedule. 



811006-K19 
Leave of 
Absence 



RESOLVED: That effective September 8, 1981 thru 
June 21, 1982, ROSEMARY TANOUS, Schedule I Instructor, 
Downtown Community College Center, be granted a 1/5 
leave of absence from her position; reason: Care of 
Relative, leave without pay. 



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COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



811006-K20 



Leave of 
Absence 



RESOLVED; That effective September 8, 1981 thru 
June 21, 1982, BESSIE BROOMS, Schedule I Instructor, 
John Adams Community College Center, be granted a 
leave of absence from her position; reason; Illness, 
leave without pay. 



811006-K21 
Retirement 
Concurrent 



RESOLVED; That in accordance with the provisions 
of subdivision (b) Section 251 of the San Francisco 
Municipal Code, also known and designated as subdivision 
(b) Section 51 of Ordinance No. 4.073, and notification 
from the Retirement Board, the retirement for service 
be noted for EUGENE A. FULLER, JR, Schedule I Instructor 
at Downtown Community College Center, be effective 
October 19, 1981. 

Be it understood that the above retirement is a concurrent 
retirement in the State Teachers' Retirement System and 
in the San Francisco City and County Employees' Retirement 
for years of service. 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-L1 

Amending employment contract for the purpose of 

a) purchasing tax sheltered annuities, or 

b) contributing to tax sheltered custodial accounts, 

for those employees requesting such purchases or contributions 

Presidnet and Members: 

The Governing Board by Resolution No. 791120-B1 has made available 
to its employees the provisions of Section 403(b) of the U. S. Internal Revenue 
Code of 1954 as amended, and Section 17512 of the California Revenue and Taxa- 
tion Code. 

Employees of the San Francisco Community College District may enter 
into an amendment of their employment contracts for the purpose of effecting a 
reduction in the salaries paid to such employees, and that for each employee 
who voluntarily elects to accept such reduction in his or her salary, the San 
Francisco Community College District shall, as directed by such employee, a) 
purchase, with an amount equal to the reduction in salary, a nontransferable 
annuity contract issued by an insurance company selected by the employee, in 
which the employee's rights are nonforfeitable except for failure to pay 
future premiums, and in which all rights under said annuity contracts shall be 
exercisable by the employee concerned, or b) contribute an amount equal to 
such reduction in salary to a custodial account of a custodian selected by the 
employee, in which all rights under said custodial account shall be exercisable 
by the employee concerned. 

The Governing Board by Resolution No. 791120-B1 authorized the 
Chancellor Superintendent, Vice Chancellor - Business, Chief Accountant, or 
Head Accountant to purchase such annuity contracts or contribute to such 
custodial accounts, subject to ratification by the Governing Board. 

The following ratifying resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Governing Board of the San Francisco Community 

College district amend the salary of the following individual 
employee by the amount indicated; this amount will be used to purchase 
or contribute to a tax sheltered annuity or tax sheltered custodial 
account as selected by the employee, complying with the provisions 
of Section 403(b) of the United States Internal Revenue Code, and 
Section 17512 of the California Revenue and Taxation Code; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Governing Board purchase tax sheltered 

annuity contract or contribute to a custodial 
account as selected by the employee complying with the provisions set 
forth above, for the following employee; said purchase or contribution 
to be with the insurance company or the custodian as selected by the 
employee and in the amount directed by the employee to become effective 
as soon as administratively possible. 



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EMPLOYEE NO. 



AMOUNT PER MONTH 



Tax Sheltered Annuity 

Banker's United Life 

Great American Life 
ii 

Paul Revere Variable 

Tax Sheltered Custodial Account 

Investors Fiduciary Trust Co. 



018824 
016374 
933865 
915965 



005103 



$1,800.00 
350.00 
400.00 
500.00 



$315.00 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Governing Board amend the salary 

of the following individual employees by 
the amount indicated as a result of their termination of amendment 
to employment contract: 

EMPLOYEE NO. AMOUNT PER MONTH 



Tax Sheltered Annuity 
Paul Revere Variable 



029412 



$400.00 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-Q1 

Claim of Richard A. Ruvolo against the SFCCD - 
$2,625.00 

President and Members: 

Mr. Ruvolo 's claim for $2,625.00 arises from a hiring dispute 
with Indochinese Training Project (ITP) and claimant has agreed to accept 
$750.00 in full satisfaction of said claim. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption as being 
in the best interest of the District. 

RESOLVED: That the claim of Richard A. Ruvolo against the 

San Francisco Community College District be and is 
hereby authorized for payment in the sum of $750.00 provided 
that full and complete releases be provided by the claimant. 

Respectfully submitted, 



James G. Seely 
Legal Counsel 

Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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The Honorable Governing Board of the 
San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-W1 

Authorization to enter into a rental agreement with 
St. Benedict Center for the use of space by Galileo 
Community College Center. 

President and Members: 

The Community College Centers Division will be using approximately 
2895 square feet of space at St. Benedict Center, 2891 Bush Street, San 
Francisco, to conduct Community College Center classes. Rent shall be 
$100.00 per month including all maintenance, utilities and custodial 
services. It will be used for 11% classroom hours per week. 

It is recommended that the following resolution be adopted: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice 
Chancellor, Business, are herebv authorized to 

enter into a rental agreement with St. Benedict Center, 

2891 Bush Street, San Francisco, for the use of approximately 

2895 square feet of floor space; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the rental for the use of said space 

shall be at the rate of $100.00 per month 
to include all maintenance, utilities and custodial services. The 
term of the rental agreement shall be from September 1, 1981 thru 
June 30, 1982. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Lessee not be responsible for 

damage by fire, earthquake, the elements, 
or enemy attack, including any action taken by the military, naval, 
or air forces of the United States, except, however, that the Lessee 
shall be responsible for damage by its own negligence; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That no obligation on the part of the San 

Francisco Community College District shall 
arise under this agreement unless performed under the authority of 
a "Term Purchase Agreement" issued by the District and approved by 
the Real Estate Department for and on the behalf of the Community 
College District, and duly certified as to funds by the Controller 
of said City and County pursuant to the provisions of Sections 
6.302 of the Charter of said City and County. 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Submitted by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 

Community College Centers 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



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The Honorable Governing Board of the 
San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-W2 

Authorization to exercise options to renew 
it-iil til agreetiusnLd fur t lie- una <il npnre by I lm 
Community College Centers Division. 

President and Members : 

Traditionally, the State Preschool Program of Community College Centers 
Division has offered classes dispersed throughout the San Francisco Community 
in facilities provided by numerous rental agreements which generally include 
all maintenance, utilities, and custodial services. These annual agreements 
normally include one or more options to renew for a similar period. The fol- 
lowing lessors have agreed to make their facilities available to the Community 
College Centers Division during the coming academic year under the same general 
conditions as provided for in their agreements for 1980-81. Authority to ex- 
ercise the options to renew the rental agreements listed below is requested. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice Chancellor, 

Business, are hereby authorized to exercise the options to 
renew the following rental agreements at the monthly rental charges 
listed and for the periods indicated; said charges to include all main- 
tenance, utilities, and custodial services; 

Lessor Monthly Rental Term 

Community Crossroads 

(The Farm) $ 200.00 September 1, 1981 

1499 Potrero Ave. June 30, 1982 

Laurel Hill Nursery School 65.00 September 1, 1981 

401 Euclid Avenue June 30, 1982 

Sunset Nursery School 135.00 September 1, 1981 

4245 Lawton Street June 30, 1982 

Miraloma Cooperative Nursery 

School 65.00 September 1, 1981 

443 Foerster Street June 30, 1982 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Lessee not be responsible for damage by 

fire, earthquake, the elements, or enemy attack, 
including any action taken by the military, naval or air forces of the 
United States, except, however, that the Lessee shall be responsible for 
damage by its own negligence; and 



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FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That no obligation on the part of the San 

Francisco Community College District shall 
arise under this agreement unless performed under the authority of 
"Term Purchase Agreement" issued by the District and approved by the 
Real Estate Department for and on the behalf of the Community College 
District and duly certified as to funds by the Controller of said 
City and County, pursuant to the provisions of Section 6.302 of the 
Charter of said City and County. 

Submitted by, 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 

Community College Centers 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That no obligation on the part of the San 

Franr I i#ro Community Co I 1 i»fci' District mIi.i 1 I 
arise under this agreement unless performed under the authority oL 
"Term Purchase Agreement" issued by the District and approved by the 
Real Estate Department for and on the behalf of the Community College 
District and duly certified as to funds by the Controller of said 
City and County, pursuant to the provisions of Section 6.302 of the 
Charter of said City and County. 

Submitted by, 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 

Community College Centers 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 






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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811006-W3 

Authorization to enter into a rental agreement 
with Chinese United Methodist Church for the 
use of space by City College of San Francisco 

President and Members: 

For several years City College of San Francisco has been using approx 
mately 3,331 square feet of floor space in the Chinese United Methodist Church, 
920 Washington Street, San Francisco, to conduct its outreach program for the 
Chinatown community, for the use for five classrooms and an office including all 
maintenance, utilities and custodial services. It is the desire of the College 
to extend the existing rental agreement to cover the period of the Fall and 
Spring 1981-82 session. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice 

Chancellor, Business, are hereby authorized to enter 
into a rental agreement with the Chinese United Methodist Church, 
920 Washington Street, San Francisco, for the use of five classrooms 
and related ancillary spaces having approximately 3,331 square feet 
of floor space; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the rental for the use of said space 

shall be at the rate of $420 per month for 
the period September 1, 1981 through June 30, 1982. All maintenance, 
utilities and custodial services are included; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Lessee not be responsible for 

damage by fire, earthquake, the elements, 
or enemy attack, including any action taken by the military, naval 
or air force of the United States, except however, that the Lessee 
shall be responsible for damage by its own negligence; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That nq obligation on the part of the 

San Francisco Community College District 
shall arise under this agreement unless performed under the authority 
of a "Term Purchase Agreement" issued by the District and approved by 
the Real Estate Department for and on the behalf of the Community 
College District and duly certified as to funds by the Controller of 
said City and County, pursuant to the provision of Section 6.302 of 
the said City and County. 



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Recommended for adoption 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 
Vice Chancellor 
Business 



Charles Collins 
Associate Director 
Facilities and Planning 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 

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Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College of San Francisco 



5anR*aiicisco Commmiity College District 

]ity College of San Francisco Community College Centers 



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DOCUMENTS DEPT. 

OCT l 6 1981 
z>.'. r .i rnANCisco 

P^T-fC LIDftARY 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor 



October 7, 1981 



NOTICE OF CLOSED SESSION 
AND REGULAR MEETING 

OF THE GOVERNING BOARD 

SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 

The Governing Board will meet in Closed 

Session commencing at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, 

October 20, 1981 followed by the Regular 

Meeting at 7:30 p.m., 33 Gough Street, 

San Francisco, CA. 

HERBERT M. SUSSMAN 
CHANCELLOR/ SUPERINTENDENT 
SECRETARY, GOVERNING BOARD 



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33 Gough Street 

San Francisco, California 94103 

(415) 



Governing Board 

San Francisco Community College District 

Julie Tang, President 

Ernest "Chuck" Ayala. Vice President 

Booker T. Anderson, Jr. Robert E. Burton 

John Riordan Lillian K. Sing Dr. Tim Wolfred 

Herbert M. Sussman, Chancellor 



/"0/ $- AGENDA 

Regular Meeting 
Governing Board of the San Francisco Community College District 

33 Gough Street 
Tuesday, October 20, 1981 

Closed Session - 5:30 p.m. 
Regular Meeting - 7:30 p.m. 



DOCUMENTS D^PT. 

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I. Roll Call 

II. Pledge of Allegiance 

III. Governing Board Reports 

IV. Reports - Academic Senate, City College 

Faculty Senate, Centers Division 

V. Adoption of Agenda 

VI. Chance 11 or /Superint endent 's Resolutions 

Finance (Pages 3-8) 

Bl - Reappropriating $2,000,000 in the Special Reserve 
Fund to the Mission Community College Center 

B2 - Authorizing contract with the Trustees of the California 
State University and Colleges, San Francisco, to provide 
teaching experience through practice teaching for the 
year 1981-82 

B3 - Amending Resolution No.801118-B3 Appropriating Funds for 
the Bilingual Lamaze Childbirth Preparation Program by 
substituting the period July 1, 1978 to June 30, 1982, 
in place of July 1, 1978 to June 30, 1981 

B4 - Amending Resolution No. 810310-B16 authorizing contract 
with the University of California San Francisco to train 
and certify six enrollees for the Bilingual Lamaze Child- 
birth Education Program by substituting the period 
March 1, 1981 to June 30, 1982 in place of March 1, 1981 
to June 30, 1981 

Equipment, Supplies 5 Services (Pages 9-13) 

CI - Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
less than $3,000 

C2 - Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
$3,000 or more 

C4 - Encumbrance for work by City Departments 



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Personnel 



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u - Classified Personnel, 811020D2-14 (Pages 14-27) 

F - Management Personnel, 811020F1-6 (Pages 28-47) 

G - Certificated Personnel, City College, 811020G1-12 (Pages 48-54) 

J - Certificated Personnel, Categorically Funded Programs, 

Centers Division, 811020J1-3 (Pages 55-58) 

K - Certificated Personnel, Centers Division, 811020K1-10 (Pages 59-67) 

L - Tax Sheltered Annuities, 811020-L1 (Pages 68-69) 

Buildings and Grounds (Pages 70-74) 

Wl - Authorization to extend the lease agreement with City Department 
of Public Works/RAP Program for space at John Adams Community 
College Center 

W2 - Authorization to enter into a lease agreement with City Department 
of Public Works, RAP Program for space at John Adams Community 
College Center 

W3 - Authorization to enter into a rental agreement with Golden Gate 
Lutheran Church for the use of space by the State Preschool 
Program 

VII. Requests to Speak 

VIII. Chancel lor/ Superintendent and Staff Reports. 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811020-B1 

Reappropriating $2,000,000 in the Special Reserve Fund 
to the Mission Community College Center 

President and Members: 

The Mission Community College Center is one of the centers without 
a permanent facility. We have been negotiating with the SFUSD for additional 
space for many of our programs. It would be desirable to find a semi-permanent 
facility for the Mission Community College Center as the current lease for 
160 South Van Ness Avenue expires on June 30, 1982. Funding the Mission 
Community College Center is likely to enhance our chances for finding a 
suitable semi-permanent facility. 



The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That reappropriation be made in the Special Reserve Fund 
as follows: 



From: SFCCD Appn. No. S9 9240 57015 
Cloud Hall East 
Reserve for Claims and Judgments - Construction 



$582,570.00 



From: SFCCD Appn. No. S5 9240 62000 
Cloud Hall East 
Buildings 



$221,436.13 



From: SFCCD Appn. No. S5 9240 64000 
Cloud Hall East 
Equipment 



$7,947.34 



From: SFCCD Appn. No. S4 9240 62000 $3,316.16 

Cloud Hall East 
Buildings 

From: SFCCD Appn. No. S9 9270 57016 $673,190.00 

Downtown Center 
Reserve for Claims and Judgments - Construction 

From: SFCCD Appn. No. S6 9270 62000 $25,000.00 

Downtown Center 
Buildings 

From: SFCCD Appn. No. S7 9720 62000 $99,826.00 

District Maintenance Facility 
Buildings 

From: SFCCD Appn. No. S6 9720 61100 $34,224.10 

District Maintenance Facility 
Site Acquisition 



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From: SFCCD Appn. No. S6 9720 62000 
District Maintenance Facility 
Buildings 

From: SFCCD Appn. No. S6 9720 64000 
District Maintenance Facility 
Equipment 

From: SFCCD Appn. No. SO 9020 62000 
District Maintenance Facility 
Buildings 

To: SFCCD Appn. No. SI 9040 62000 

Mission Community College Center 
Buildings 



$168,564.50 



$100,000.00 



$83,925.77 



$2,000,000.00 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby 
authorized to record these transactions on the accounts of the 
San Francisco Controller and the Community College District. 



Submitted by, and 
recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811020-B2 

Authorizing contract with the Trustees of the 
California State University and Colleges, San Francisco, 
to provide teaching experience through practice teaching 
for the year 1981-82 

President and Members: 

The basic purpose of a master teaching agreement as permitted under 
Section 11006 of the Education Code is to provide teaching experience through 
practice teaching and to provide for supervised field experience in the public 
schools in such areas as may be called for in the requirements of the various 
authorized credentials for public school service to students enrolled in teacher 
education curricula of such institutions. Such an agreement allows the City 
College of San Francisco and the Community College Centers to provide an excellent 
opportunity to assist the California State University in their conduct of teacher 
training programs. The agreement sets up an estimated total number of units of 
practice teaching at City College and for Centers Division participation as needed 
for the academic year but in no way obligates the San Francisco Community College 
District to work with student teachers if it is found that acceptance of student 
teachers is not feasible. 

The following resolution, part of which is in the format required by 
the Trustees of the California State University and Colleges, is recommended 
for adoption: 

WHEREAS, pursuant to provisions of Section 11006 of the Education 

Code, the governing board of any community college district 
is authorized to enter into agreements with a state university to 
provide teaching experience through practice teaching to students 
enrolled in teacher training curricula of such an institution; and 

WHEREAS, any such agreement may provide for the payment in money or 

in services for the services rendered by the District of an 
amount not to exceed the actual cost to the District of the services 
rendered; and 

WHEREAS, it has been determined between the parties of hereto that the 

payments to be made to the District under this agreement do 
not exceed the actual cost to the District of the services rendered 
by the District; 

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: That the SFCCD contract with the 

Trustees of the California State 
University and Colleges, San Francisco, to provide teaching 
experience through practice teaching during the year 1981-82 for 
services not to exceed 50 semester units of practice teaching at 
$5.00 per semester unit not to exceed a total payment of $250.00; 
and 



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FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the attached contract with the 

Trustees of the California State 
University and Colleges for the State University, whereby the 
University may assign students to the Schools in the Community 
College District for practice teaching, be approved; and the 
Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice Chancellor, Business are 
hereby authorized to execute the same. 

Submitted by, 



Juanita U. Pascual 
Vice President 
Administrative Services 



Carlos B. Ramirez 
Vice President 
Instructional Services 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

S.m FrnnrtHcn Community Collet District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811020-B3 

Amending Resolution No. 801118-B3 
Appropriating funds for the Bilingual 
Lamaze Childbirth Preparation Program by 
substituting the period July 1, 1978 to 
June 30, 1982 in place of July 1, 1978 to 
June 30, 1981. 

President and Members: 

On June 20, 1978, by Resolution No. 780620-B6, the Governing Board 
appropriated $9,000 from the Zellerbach Foundation for the Bilingual Lamaze 
Childbirth Preparation Program. 

On September 4, 1979, by Resolution No. 790904-B4, the Governing 
Board appropriated an additional $10,000 from the Zellerbach Foundation for 
the same program and also extended the ending period to June 30, 1980. On 
November 18, 1980, by Resolution No. 801118-B3, the Governing Board further 
extended the program to end June 30, 1981 as requested by the Zellerbach 
Foundation. Now the Zellerbach Foundation has again extended the ending period 
for said program to June 30, 1982. There is no change in total funding which, 
for the four year program period, equals $19,000.00. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That Governing Board Resolution No. 801118-B3 adopted on 

November 18, 1980 appropriating funds for the Bilingual 
Lamaze Childbirth Preparation Program for the period July 1, 1978 to 
June 30, 1981 be amended to change the project period to July 1, 1978 
to June 30, 1982. 

Submitted by: 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Maxwell C. Gillette, Director 

John Adams Community College Center 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Hilary Hsu, Director 
Business Services 



Recommended for adoption: 



Laurent Broussal, President 
Community College Centers 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintended 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811020-B4 

Amending Resolution No. 810310-B16 authorizing 

contract with the University of California, San Francisco 

for the university to train and certify six enrollees for 

the Bilingual Lamaze Childbirth Education Program 

by substituting the period March 1, 1981 to June 30, 

1982 in place of March 1, 1981 to June 30, 1981. 

President and Members: 

On March 10, 1981, by Resolution No. 810310-B16, the Governing 
Board authorized the San Francisco Community College District to contract with 
the University of California, San Francisco to train and certify six enrollees 
as childbirth educators in accordance with national standards. Cost of the 
contract, $3,000, is borne by the Bilingual Lamaze Childbirth Education Program 
funded by the Zellerbach Foundation. We now wish to extend the contract with 
the University of California, San Francisco to end June 30, 1982. There is no 
change in the cost of the training. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Governing Board Resolution No. 810310-B16 adopted 

on March 10, 1981 authorizing the San Francisco Community 
College District to contract with the University of California, San 

Francisco to obtain special services from the University in the training 
and certification of six enrollees as childbirth educators for the Bi- 
lingual Lamaze Childbirth Program in the amount of $3,000 for the period 
of March 1, 1981 to June 30, 1981 be amended to change the training 
period to March 1, 1981 to June 30, 1982. 

Submitted By: 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Maxwell C. Gillette, Director 

John Adams Community College Center 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Hilary Hsu, Director 
Business Services 



Recommended for adoption: 



Laurent Broussal, President 
Community College Centers 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811020-C1 

Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
less than $3,000 

President and Members: 

Listed below are encumbrances for equipment, supplies, and services 
in individual amounts of less than $3,000.00. Investigation indicates that 
they are necessary for the conduct of the schools, and therefore are recom- 
mended for approval of the Governing Board. It is certified that the items 
listed below are in accord with Governing Board policy and that funds are 
available to cover payment. 

RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given for the procurement 

of the equipment, supplies, services, etc., totaling 
$32,848.86 i n individual amounts of less than $3,000.00 not hereto- 
fore approved as summarized and detailed below: 



PURCHASE ORDERS 



NUMBERS 



NUMBERS 



NUMBERS 



50356 

50909 - 50915 

50967 - 50970 



50973 - 50975 
50994 - 50995 
53365 - 53369 



53617 - 53618 
53629 - 53638 



TOTAL 



$15,637.28 



TERM PURCHASE AGREEMENTS 



NUMBER 



AMOUNT 



1143 
1402-B 
1412-D 
1415 



i 550.00 
500.00 

2,300.00 
180.00 



TOTAL 



$3,530.00 



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MISCELLANEOUS ENCUMBRANCES 



REVOLVING 


FUND VOUCHERS 


NUMBER 




AMOUNT 


1.016 




$3,457.49 


1.017 




3,424.10 


1.018 




2,627.17 


DIRECT 


PAYMENT VOUCHERS 


NUMBER 




AMOUNT 


85 




$ 166.00 


87 




1,000.00 


88 




2,000.00 


92 




576.00 


93 




420.82 



Total $9,508.76 



Total $4,162.82 



TOTAL 



$13,681.58 



GRAND TOTAL 



$32,848.86 



Submitted by, 



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Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811020-C2 

Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
$3,000 or more 

President and Members: 

The following departmental requests for the purchase of supplies, 
equipment, and services have been received. Investigation indicates that they 
are necessary for the conduct of the schools, and therefore are recommended 
for approval by the Governing Board. It is certified that the items listed 
below are in accord with Governing Board policy and that funds are available 
to cover payment. 

RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given for the procurement 

of the equipment, supplies, services, etc. summarized 
below: 



REQUISITIONS FOR PURCHASE ORDERS 

NUMBER DIVISION DESCRIPTION 

0756 College Videocassette Players 

0818 Centers Desks 



TOTAL 



AMOUNT 



$ 8,101.00 



4,455.00 



$12,556.00 



TERM PURCHASE AGREEMENTS 



NUMBER DIVISION DESCRIPTION 



1104 
1142 



College 
Centers 



1401-D College 



Rental of 7 IBM 029 Keypunch Machines 

Bus Service for Field Trips (State 
Preschool Program) 

Service & Repair of Proprietary Equipment 

TOTAL 



AMOUNT 
$ 7,128.84 

3,850.00 

4,500.00 

$15,478.84 



DIRECT PAYMENT VOUCHERS 

NUMBER DIVISION DESCRIPTION 

82 District Federal Income Tax Deposit 

83 College Postage for Deposit to Mailing 

Permit // 8905 CCSF 



AMOUNT 
$343,580.96 

5,000.00 



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D 1 1< I •;( :i I'AYMKNT VOUCH K RS (continued ) 
NUMBER DIVISION DESCRIPTION 



AMOUNT 



84 

86 
89 

90 
91 
94 



College Postage for Meter Mailing, Meter # F8201563 CCSF 7,500.00 

District Federal Income Tax Deposit 5,969.40 

Centers Deposit to Non-profit Postal Permit # 9061, 

Galileo CCC 5,000.00 

District Federal Income Tax Deposit 23,428.62 

District State Income Tax Deposit 91,238.24 

District Federal Income Tax Deposit 58,597.62 

TOTAL $540,314.84 

GRAND TOTAL $568,349.68 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811020-C4 

Encumbrance for work by City Departments 

President and Members: 

Listed below is an encumbrance in connection with the maintenance 
and repair of San Francisco Community College District facilities. Investiga- 
tion indicates that the work is necessary and desirable for the conduct of the 
schools, and therefore it is recommended for approval of the Governing Board. 

RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given for the services 

indicated as listed and that authority be and is hereby 
given for the encumbrance of funds against the budget for these 
purposes: 



Work Order 



Description 



Amount 



34 



SFCCD Appn. Al 8948 56020 



HOUSEKEEPING AND MAINTENANCE 
REPAIR CONTRACTS - 
BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS 



Services of the Department of Public Works, Bureau of 
Building Repair, for miscellaneous maintenance and repairs 
to Community College Centers facilities as authorized by 
the SFCCD for the period 7/1/81 - 12/31/81. 

Revised Amount $90,000.00 

Previous Work Order 30,000.00 

This Work Order $60,000.00 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811020-D2 

Sixth Amendment to the Annual Classified Position 
Resolution 1981-82 

President and Members: 

The Annual Classified Positions Resolution enumerates all classified 
positions of the San Francisco Community College District continued or created by 
the Governing Board in adopting the tentative budget. As positions are created, 
deleted, classified, reclassified or changed as to number of positions, class 
title, or rate of compensation during the year, the Annual Classified Positions 
Resolution is amended to reflect these changes. This amendment is such a change. 
The effective date and the nature of the change is indicated below: 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Annual Classified Positions Resolution 1981-82 
as amended be hereby amended as indicated below: 



Amendment 



Class and Item Number 



Compensation 
Schedule 



Section 669010 A - Community College Centers Division - Salaries 
1 deleted 1228 Sr. Testing Technician 



$ 567 B 684 



Effective 10/07/81 to abolish one permanent position. This is a companion 
resolution to Resolution No. 811006-B4. 



Submitted by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 

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Honornb 1 p f '.<>vrrn i np. Board of the 
i.in l'i din I Mi ii Coiriiiiuii 1 I y College MluLilt' L 

Subject: Resolutions No. 811020-D3 to 811020-D14 
Classified Personnel 

President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 811020-D3 to 811020-D14 cover routine appointments, 
appointments college aides, transfers college aides, releases, resignations 
and leaves, all in accordance with the Civil Service procedures of the City and 
County of San Francisco. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption: 



Submitted by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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APPOINTMENTS 



811020-D3 

N ame 

SOSA, Martha 



RESOLVED: That the following named person be appointed for 

permanent duty subject to the usual probationary period to 
be effective on dates as shown below: 



Class 



Location 



1426 Sr. Clerk Typist CC Centers 

Division 



Effective 



09/23/81 



Salary 
$614 BW 



811020-D4 



Name 



RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed for temporary 
duty, location and effective dates as shown below: 



BUCHANAN, Janel A. 
CHANSIN, Lise F. 



Class 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1424 Clerk Typist 



DANG, Phuoc Sinh T. 1424 Clerk Typist 



GLASS, Fred 
NAKHIENGCHANH, S. 
ZUNO, Maria M. 



1424 Clerk Typist 

1424 Clerk Typist 

2709 School 
Custodian 



Location 



Effective 



Salary 



Downtown CCC 09/04/81-06/30/82 $465 BW 

City College 09/23/81-10/06/81 $465 BW 

City College 10/01/81-06/30/82 $465 BW 

Labor Studies 09/28/81-06/30/82 $465 BW 

J. O'Connell 10/01/81-06/30/82 $465 BW 

CCC 

J. Admas CCC 09/21/81-06/30/82 $500 BW 



811020-D5 



Name 



RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed for temporary 

Exempt Civil Service duty, not to exceed 70 hours or $409.00 
per month, location and effective dates as shown below: 



DAVIS, Paul Joseph 
DAVIS, Richard 
FERMAN, Patricia 
GONZALES, Sonia 
LOUIE, Gerald A. 

MAYO, James 

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Class 



Location 



J. Adams CCC 
City College 
Mission CCC 



1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. Galileo CCC 



Career 

Guidance 
City College 



Effective 



Salary 



09/03/81-06/21/82 $4.6750 H 

09/21/81-06/30/82 $4.6750 H 

10/05/81-06/21/82 $4.6750 H 

09/21/81-06/30/82 $4.6750 H 

09/17/81-06/30/82 $4.6750 H 

09/21/81-06/30/82 $4.6750 H 



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APPOINTMENTS 

811020-D5 (Continued) 
™ Name Class 



ROJAS, Carmen 

TUCKER, Susan 

VILLALON, Lorraine 

MURPHY, Francis C. 

YEE, Miranda (W.C.) 

GEE, Grace 

NG, Nora N. 

WILLIAMS, Mary L. 

GREEN, Myra 

ARAUJO, Gina E. 

THONIS, Georgia 

GIUSTO, Steve M. 

™ CATALDI, Norah R. 

DIMITRIOU, Alexios A. 

McLOUGHLIN, Jeanne M. 

MENDOZA, Elsa 

TORRES, Mary Ann 

CHLASTAWA, Joan E. 

McKNIGHT, Margaret 

QUIRK, Amy V. 

BOTSFORD, Leslie 

BURTNER, Sharon 

FONG, Lewis A. 

GERRITSEN, Maxine 

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1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1404 Clerk, P.T. 

1422 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist, 

P.T. 
1424 Clerk Typist, 

P.T. 
1424 Clerk Typist, 

P.T. 
1446 Sr. Clerk 

Stenographer, P.T. 
1869 TIA Computer 

Services Mgr. , P.T. 
2402 Laboratory 

Helper, P.T. 
2615 School Lunchroom 

Helper, P.T. 
3591 College Aide, 

P.T. 
3591 College Aide, 

P.T. 
3591 College Aide, 

P.T. 
3591 College Aide, 

P.T. 
3591 College Aide, 

P.T. 
3597 School Aide II, 

P.T. 
3597 School Aide II, 

P.T. 

3597 School Aide II, 
P.T. 

3598 School Aide III, 
P.T. 

3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 



Location 

Mission CCC 

Career 

Guidance 
Career 

Guidance 
City College 

District 

Office 
Galileo CCC 

Galileo CCC 

Teachers 

Resource Ctr 
City College 

City College 

City College 

City College 

Alemany CCC 

Galileo CCC 

City College 

Alemany CCC 

City College 

City College 

City College 

City College 

Mission CCC 

City College 

City College 

Mission CCC 



Effective 

10/01/81- 
09/09/81- 
09/14/81- 
09/14/81- 
09/21/81- 
09/28/81- 
09/28/81- 
09/23/81- 
09/23/81- 
09/14/81- 
10/01/81- 
09/28/81- 
09/30/81- 
09/28/81- 
09/21/81- 
09/23/81- 
09/28/81- 
09/14/81- 
09/09/81- 
09/14/81- 
09/23/81- 
09/09/81- 
09/22/81- 
09/23/81- 



06/21/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 
06/21/82 
06/21/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 
•06/21/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 
■06/30/82 
■06/30/82 
•06/30/82 
•02/26/82 
■02/26/82 
•02/26/82 
06/21/82 
06/15/82 
■01/20/82 
■06/21/82 



Salary 

$4.6750 H 
$4.6750 H 
$4.6750 H 
$5.6000 H 
$4.9500 H 
$5.8125 H 
$5.8125 H 
$5.8125 H 
$7.0000 H 
$10.0875 H 
$5.3750 H 
$5.7500 H 
$3.5700 H 
$3.5700 H 
$3.5700 H 
$3.5700 H 
$3.5700 H 
$4.2125 H 
$4.2125 H 
$4.2125 H 
$5.1375 H 
$5.1375 H 
$5.1375 H 
$5.1375 H 



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PPOINTMKNTS 

811020-D5 (Continued) 



Name 

GREEN, Anita L 



Class 



Location 



3598 School Aide III, J. Adams CCC 

P.T. 
KLEINMATER, Carol A. 3598 School Aide III, J. Adams CCC 

P.T. 
LINARES, Rafael 3598 School Aide III, Mission CCC 

P.T. 
PODLEWSKI, Margaret 3598 School Aide III, City College 

P.T. 
8202 Security Guard, J. O'Connell 

P.T. CCC 



GOMEZ, Alberto R. 



Effective 



Salary 



10/01/81-06/21/82 $5.1375 H 

09/28/81-06/21/82 $5.1375 H 

09/23/81-06/21/82 $5.1375 H 

09/15/81-06/21/82 $5.1375 H 

09/30/81-06/30/82 $5.8375 H 



APPOINTMENTS 
COLLEGE AIDES 



811020-D6 



Name 



RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed temporary 

3591 College Aide, City College, WORK STUDY PROGRAM, salary 
at the rate of $3.57 per hour, effective on dates as shown below: 



ABRAMS, Doreen 
AMAN 

ANDRADE, Liria A. 
ASHE, Frederick 
BENCANGER, Linda 
B0GAR, Rose M. 
BOGGS, Susan L. 
G0G0SL0VSKI, Virginia 
B0NNEY, Jacqueline 
B0ULTS, William 
BUI, Thanh 
BUNDALIAN, Maribcta 
BUTLER, Margarita E. 
CAM, Thuyen Hue 
CHAN, Phoenix F. 
CHAU, Xen 
CHEN, Ya-Lun 
CHEUNG, Kathy 
CHIN, Jack 
CHIU, Kammei 
CHIU, Roy K.L. 
C0BBINS, Mary 
COHEN, Ronald L. 
CRIVELLO, Ray 
DANG, My Lan 
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Effective 

09/09/81- 
09/23/81- 
09/23/81- 
09/09/81- 
09/09/81- 
09/09/81- 
09/09/81- 
09/23/81- 
09/23/81- 
09/09/81- 
09/09/81- 
09/09/81- 
09/23/81- 
09/09/81- 
09/09/81- 
09/09/81- 
09/09/91- 
09/09/81- 
09/09/81- 
09/09/81- 
09/23/81- 
09/23/81- 
09/09/81- 
09/23/81- 
09/23/81- 



•06/30/82 
•06/30/82 
•06/30/82 
•06/30/82 
■06/30/82 
•06/30/82 
06/30/82 
•06/30/83 
■06/30/82 
•06/30/82 
•06/30/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 
•06/30/82 
•06/30/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 
■06/30/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 
■06/30/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 



Name Effective 

DAVIDSON, Donna 09/09/81- 

DE LEON, Reynaldo 09/09/81- 

DEMAREST, Annie 09/09/81- 

DO, Le 09/09/81- 

DOAN, Tuyetlan 09/09/81- 

DURHAM, Tina M. 09/09/81- 
ENRIQUEZ, Rodolfo M. 09/09/81- 

ESC0BAR, Yolanda 09/09/81- 

FAGHIH, Hadi 09/23/81- 

FONG, Sandra K. 09/09/81- 

GALVEZ, Ernesto 09/09/81- 

GIBBONS, Yukio 09/23/81- 

GLEASON, Margaret 09/09/81- 

HA, Khanh B. 09/09/81- 

HA, Nhuan-Lan A. 09/23/81- 

HARRIS, Matthew E. 09/23/81- 

HINH, Vien N. 09/09/81- 

H0, Thu T. 09/23/81- 

HOOKER, Cesar 09/23/81- 
HUTCHINS, Barbara E. 09/09/81- 

HUYNH, Phan Le 09/23/81- 

HUYNH, Quang 09-09/81- 

J0HNS0N, Althea 09/09/81- 

JOHNSON, Anthony V. 09/00/81- 

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Name 


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Effective 


KELLY, Kathleen 


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NGUYEN, My 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


KNOWLES, Rene 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


NICHOLAS, Susan 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


KO, Tommy Y. H. 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


O'CONNOR, Marie 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


KOZAKIEWICZ, Paul A. 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


OVANDO, Nelly 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


KU, Katie 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


PARSON, Sherry 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


KUNG, Steven 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


PELLISIER, Loretta 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


KWAN, Li 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


PHAM, Quy Van 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


KWAN, May 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


PICCIANO, Mimi 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


KWAN, Nicholas 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


POON, Cindy 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


LAM, Linh T. 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


POTTS, Robert G. 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


LAM, Thanh 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


QUAN, Hue Ve 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


LAM, Tran N. 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


QUIBUYEN, Joy 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


LE, Quan A. 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


RANCE, Joseph C. 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


LE, Tan Anh 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


RAMIREZ, Miguel 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


LEE, George L. 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


REINSTATE, Hollie D. 


10/08/81-06/30/82 


LEE, John K.S. 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


PHAM, Hoan V. 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


LIM, Chuck 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


ROBERTS, Pete C. 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


LIN, Alfred K. 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


ROSS, Vernice Louise 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


LITMANOVICH, Ida 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


SALEMAN, Morris 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


LOI, Tuan Anh 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


SANDERS, Debra Ann 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


KWAN, Li 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


SHAW, Paul 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


LOUIE, Yvonne Y. 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


SHUM, May 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


LOW, Cindy 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


SOLAR, Jill 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


LUI, Kenneth 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


SU, Aichung 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


LUONG, My Lan 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


SU, Hu Jou 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


LUU, Daniel 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


SU, My Hue 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


LUU, Kim Don 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


TAK, Paul 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


LWIN, Ellie 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


TAM, Cindy 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


LY, Bich 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


THOMPSON, Deborah 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


LY, Hung T. 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


TONG, Solia 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


LY-LUU, Q. T. 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


TRAN, Mai Thi 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


LY, True T. 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


TRAN, My 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


MA, Tuan Vinh 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


TRAN, Sylvia 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


MABALATAN, Jasmyn 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


TRAN, Thuy Khanh 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


MAN, Winnie 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


TRAN, Xung Due 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


MARSHALL Learline 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


TRINH, Anh Q. 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


MILLER, Eddie B. 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


TRUONG, Anh Due 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


MILLER, Seth 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


VIDECHE, Lilliana 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


MINIX, Adre L. 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


VIEN, Thanh 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


MIZUNO, Toshiaki A. 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


VUONG, Cuong Chi 


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MUTH, Carolyn D. 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


VU, Thao Duy 


10/08/81-06/30/82 


MONROY, Manuel 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


VY, Phung T. 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


NG, Steven C. 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


WALKER, Carol 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


NGUYEN, Ha 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


WAN, Kayee 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


NGUYEN, Hai Thanh 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


WARD, Faith 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


NGUYEN, Joseph 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


WARD, Mildred 


09/09/81-06/30/82 


NGUYEN, Khoi T. 


09/23/81-06/30/82 


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WESLEY, Anthony G. 
WILDE, James 
WITHAM, Lynn T. 
WOLF, Peter 
WONG, Lucinda 
WONG, Man Cheung 
WIT, Flors 
YAN, Helen 



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YAN, Lena 
YEO, Milton 
YU, Gilbert 
YU, Lisa 
YUNG, Patty 



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811020-D7 RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed 3591 College 

Aide, City College, temporary Exempt Civil Service duty, 
REGULAR PROGRAM, (Lab Attendants), salary at the rate of $3.57 per 
hour not to exceed $409.00 or 70 hours per month, effective on dates 
as shown below: 



Name 

ADAMS, Leslie A. 
AU, Toan Chien 
AVAL0S, Frank 
BAL0G, James B. 
BENNETT, Zainab 
BERRY, Stephanie F. 
B0HAN, Marcia Jo 
B0MMENBERG, Fedora 
BORRELL, Patricia 
BROWN, Patricia M. 
CABRERA, Nolly B. 
CALLO, Edgar 
CAMEL, Sheree 
CHAN, Rose 
CHANG, Linda L. 
CHAVIS, Wardell A. 
CHEE , Benj amin 
CHEUNG, Mabel 
CHEUNG, Ricky 
CHIASSON, Christine 
CHIEN, Katherine 
CHIN, Marvel 
CHING, Jessie 
CHUNG, Robbie 
CHANG, Robert 
CLARK, Jean 

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09/09/81-06/30/82 COHN, Cathy A. 09/23/81- 

09/09/81-06/30/82 COOKS, Eric L. 09/09/81 

09/23/81-06/30/82 COZINE, Ken 09/09/81- 

09/23/81-06/30/82 CRUCET, Lance A. 09/09/81- 

09/09/81-06/30/82 DAQUIOAG, Betty 09/23/81- 

09/09/81-06/30/82 DEA, Darryl 09/09/81- 

09/09/81-06/30/82 DIERAUF, Timothy A. 09/23/81 

09/09/81-06/30/82 DIMAS, Suzanna 09/09/81 

09/23/81-06/30/82 DOMECUS, Michael J. 09/09/81 

09/23/81-06/30/82 DUMKLAU, Sherilyn 09/09/81 

09/09/81-06/30/82 ELEY, Vickie 09/09/81 

09/09/81-06/30/82 ETCHIMIQUE, Michele 09/09/81 

09/23/81-06/30/82 EVANS, Michelle 09/09/81 

09/09/81-06/30/82 FAY, Jeannine A. 09/09/81 

09/23/81-06/30/82 FLORES, Sara 09/09/81 

09/23/81-06/30/82 GONZALEZ, Ruben 09/09/81 

09/09/81-06/30/82 GREEN, Myra 09/09/81 

09/09/81-06/30/82 GROSSMAN, Barbara M. 09/09/81 

09/09/81-06/30/82 GUNDRAN, George 09/23/81 

09/23/81-06/30/82 GUTIERREZ, Maria 09/09/81 

09/09/81-06/30/82 HAGGAC , Hossam E. 09/23/81 

09/09/81-06/30/82 HALL, Orlando Durell 09/09/81 

09/09/81-06/30/82 HO, Moi-Ming 09/09/81 

09/23/81-06/30/82 HO, Thuy 09/09/81 

09/09/81-06/30/82 HUI, Thomas 09/09/81 

09/09/81-06/30/82 IDE, Sandra R. 09/0*781 



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811020-D7 (Continued) 

Name Effective 

IWATA, Kanaka 09/09/81- 

JEW, Lawrence M. 09/09/81- 

JOHNSON, V'Ann 09/09/81- 

J0NES, John H. 09/09/81- 

JIMENEZ, Francisco 09/09/81- 

KAYDEN, Stacey 09/23/81- 

KEMP, Cynthia 09/23/81- 

KENDRICK, Jean M. 09/09/81- 

KIRKSEY, Denise 09/23/81- 

KLEIN, Joseph 09/09/81- 

KOPCZYNSKI, Joan M. 09/23/81- 

KRAMER, La Rae 09/09/81- 

KUNG, James P. 09/23/81- 

LAM, Sharon Y. 09/23/81- 

LAU, Ronald Man On 09/23/81- 

LAM0RENA, Lilian 09/09/81- 

LEE, John 09/09/81- 

LEE, Kristine 09/09/81- 

LEE, Teresa 09/09/81- 

LE0NG, Alan 09/09/81- 

MAR, Carol 09/09/81- 

MARST0N, Thomas 09/09/81- 

MATAS0L, Anibal 09/09/81- 

MATSU0KA, Tamako 09/09/81- 

MAZZAFERRO, Mark F. 09/23/81 

MCCARTHY, Noreen M. 09/23/81 

MCENTEE, Michele 09/23/81 

MCGILLEN, Robert L. 09/23/81 

METTLING, Cassandra 09/23/81 

MINNICK, Carla M. 09/09/81 

MIRANDO, Josephine 09/09/81 

MOUSSA, Simone 09/09/81 

MORALES, Rosalia 09/09/81 

MUHLEMAN, Violet 09/09/81 

NGUYEN, Long Due 09/23/81 

NICOL, Philip 09/09/81 

NYBERG, Linda 09/09/81 

0BRIEN, Andrew 09/09/81 

ONEIL, LYNNE M. 09/23/81 

ORTH, Nancy 09/09/81 

0SHIMA, Kathleen 09/09/81 

PALMER, Derdre 09/23/81 

PENA, Frank 09/09/81 

PEREIRA, Philip 09/09/81 

PEREZ, James L. 09/09/81 

PITCHF0RD, Ruby 09/23/81 

P0RALES, Maria 09/23/81 

PRESTON, James David 09/23/81 

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RABARA, Edita 09/09/81-06/30/82 
REINSTATE COMIA, M. S .10/08/81-06/30/82 

RIVERA, Luis 09/23/81-06/30/82 

RIVERA, Patricia I. 10/08/81-06/30/82 

RODRIGUEZ, William 09/09/81-06/30/82 

ROHRBACK, Victoria 09/23/81-06/30/82 

ROSALES, Aracely 09/09/81-06/30/82 

R0ZYCKI, Anne 09/23/81-06/30/82 

RUBI, Dina E. 09/23/81-06/30/82 

RUCKER, Mary 09/09/81-06/30/82 
RUGLIANVICH, Roxana G. 09/09/81-06/30/82 

SANCHEZ, Jenean V. 09/09/81-06/30/82 

SANDER, Jean 09/09/81-06/30/82 

SAUL, Kenneth D. 09/09/81-06/30/82 

SETO, Danny 09/23/81-06/30/82 

SJOSTROM, Pamela 09/23/81-06/30/82 

SMITH, Nakona A. 09/23/81-06/30/82 

STAHLBERG, Janet 09/23/81-06/30/82 

SW0PE, Harold C. 09/23/81-06/30/82 

TALLY, Kim 09/09/81-0C/30/82 

TAM, Marian M.Y. 09/09/81-06/30/82 

TAN, Day-Chian 09/23/81-06/30/82 

TH0LL0T, Monique 09/09/81-^6/30/82 

TOM, Korene V. 09/09/81-06/30/82 

TRAN, Mary N.T. 09/09/81-06/30/82 
TRIA, Florentina Anna 09/09/81-06/30/82 

TRUONG, Hung 09/09/81-06/30/82 
UNTALAN, Alexander D. 09/23/81-06/30/82 

URENA, Ileana E. 09/23/81-06/30/82 

VALMONTE, Michael 09/09/81-06/30/82 

WASHINGTON, Jessie 09/09/81-06/30/82 

WATKINS, Kevin 09/09/81-06/30/82 

WATT, Florence J. 09/23/81-06/30/82 

WHITESIDE, Laura 09/09/81-06/30/82 

WONG, Anita 09/09/81-06/30/82 

WONG, Ella J. 09/09/81-06/30/82 

WONG, Pauline 09/23/81-06/30/82 

WOO, Lily 09/09/81-06/30/82 

WOODS, Rosalie N. 09/09/81-06/30/82 

WORTMAN, Nancy N. 09/09/81-06/30/82 

YAU, Abel 09/09/81-06/30/82 

YEE, Abby 09/09/81-06/30/82 

YEE, Barbara 09/09/81-06/30/82 

YEE, Toni 09/09/81-06/30/82 

YEH, You-Ching 09/23/81-06/30/82 



TRANSFE RS 
COLLEGE ATDRS 

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RESOLVED: That the following 3591 College Aides, temporary Exempt Civil 

Service employees, assigned to City College REGULAR 
PROGRAM, be transferred to WORK STUDY PROGRAM, effective on dates 
as shown below: 



Name 

CHIU, Roy K.L. 
FONDUEX, James C. 
ROBINSON, Alvonne 



Effective 

09/23/81-06/30/82 
09/09/81-06/30/82 
09/23/81-06/30/82 



811020-D9 RESOLVED: That the following 3591 College Aides, temporary Civil 

Service employees, assigned to City College WORK STUDY 
PROGRAM, be transferred to REGULAR PROGRAM, effective on dates as 
shown below: 



Name 

BRUCE, Royce W. 

C0TA, Guadalupe 

HO, Thuy Ha 

HUI, Thomas 

LOO, Andy P. 

RUSH, Troy 

SHIMA, John 

STAND ERWICK, Wayne M. 

WONG, Linda 



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RELEASES 



811020-D10 RESOLVED 



Name 



That the following temporary persons be released close 
of day on dates as shown below: 



Class 



DANG, Phuoc S. T. 1404 Clerk 
NAKHIENGCHANH, Sounthone 1404 Clerk 



BUCHANAN, Janel A. 
SKINNER, Katherine 
COSTA-ASSAF, Joelann 

JACKSON, Ronald 

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1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 



Location 

ITP 

ITP 

Downtown CCC 

CC Centers Adm. 



1489 TIA Bus. Learning Downtown CCC 

Center, P.T. 
8272 TIA Campus Control, Downtown CCC 

P.T. 

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09/30/81 

09/30/81 

09/29/81 

OP 3/81 

09/30/81 



RELEASES 



811020-D11 RESOLVED: 
dates as 
Name 

LOO, Howard H.W. 
SHULMAN, Lisa 
BATSHON, Helen 
CLARK, The a 
DAVIS, Margarie 
LACEY, Mary K. 
NESS, Debi 
BURTNER, Sharon 
DELGAUDIO, Carolyn 



That the following Exempt Civil Service persons be 
released from their temporary appointments close of day on 
shown below: 



Class 



Location 



City College 



St. Preschool 

(J. Adams CCC) 
Galileo CCC 

Galileo CCC 

J. O'Connell CCC 



1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. J. O'Connell CCC 

1720 Data Entry City College 

Operator, P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, City College 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, J. Adams CCC 

P.T. 



Effective 

06/30/81 

09/03/81 

09/28/81 

09/09/81 

09/22/81 

08/31/81 

09/29/81 

09/23/81 

09/09/81 



RESIGNATIONS 

811020-D12 RESOLVED: That the resignation of Mary A. D. MARTINO, permanent 1228 

Sr. Testing Technician assigned to Career Guidance Center, 
be accepted close of day 09/30/81. 



811020-D13 RESOLVED: 

Name 

BURNHAM, Linda 
FARINA, Idalia 
SANTOS, Victoria 



That the resignations of the following temporary employees 
be accepted close of day on dates as shown below: 



Class 



Location 



Effective 



1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. Labor Studies 09/25/81 
1426 Sr. Clerk Typist J. O'Connell CCC 09/22/81 
1650 Accountant City College 10/06/81 



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811020-1)14 RESOLVED: That the following named persons be granted leave of 

absence as shown below: 



Name 

S00H00, Betty 

JOHNSON, Betty 

MACKEY, Clarence 



Class 



Location 



1424 Clerk City College 

Typist 
2615 School City College 

Lunchroom Helper (Cafeteria) 



2709 School 
Custodian 



City College 



Effec. & 
Duration 



Reason 



10/08/81 for Illness 

4 weeks 

09/14/81 for Illness 

4 weeks 

09/29/81 To accept temp. 

(Indefinite) 9103, at MUNI. 



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1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1404 Clerk, P.T. 

1422 Jr. Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1446 Sr. Clerk Stenographer, P.T. 

1869 TIA Computer Services Manager, P.T 

2402 Laboratory Helper, P.T. 

2615 School Lunchroom Helper, P.T. 

2709 School Custodian 

3597 School Aide II, P.T. 

3598 School Aide III, P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, P.T. 
8202 Security Guard, P.T. 



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sam niAKCtsco community coli.jxi; district 
class] ni:n KMrLOYnr.s 

(IncJudcu remanent, Temporary I P.irt-Tinc) 
ETHNIC SURVEY 



AS OF . October 20, 1981 



NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 



• 


White 


Black 


Hispanic 


Asian 
Pac. Is. 


EiliDino 


An. Ind. 
Ak . !<a t . 


Total 


Male 


■ 129 


85 


37 


63 


29 





343 


Feina 1 c 


197 


68 - 


57 


96 


33 


1 


452 


Total 


326 




153 




94 


159 


62 


* 1 


795 



. 


• 




PERCENTAGE 








• 


White 


Black 


Hispanic 


Asian 
Pac. Is. 


Filipino 


Ara. Ind:. 
Ak. Nat. 


Total 


Male 


16.2 


10.7 


4.7 


7.9 


3.6 





43.1 


Female 


24.8 


8.6- 


7.2 • 


12,1 


i 4.: 


.1 


5o.9 


Total 


41.0 


19.3' 




11". 9 ' 

i 


; 2o.o 


7.7 


.1 


100*0 





Vlhitf. 


?! -"-v 


Hir.MMr 


Asian 
Pac. Is. 


Am. Ind. 
Ale. »f-»t. 


Other 


Total 


SF -19S0 
Census 


45.91 
1 


12. 7Z 


12. 32 


21.72 


0-5%' 


6.92 


ioo. o: 



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Toc. Is. - Pacific Islander 
Am. Ind. - American Indian 
Ak. Nat. - Alar.kan Native 



SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 

CALSSIF1ED EMPLOYEES 
(Includes Permanent , Temporary & Part-Time) 
ETHNIC SURVEY 
AS OF October 21. 1980 

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 





Wli i t e 


Black 


Hi span j c 


Asian 

Pac. Is. 


Filipino 


Am. Ind. 

Ak. Nat. 


■ 
Total 


Male 


129 


. 90 


35 


58 


23 




335 


Female 


217 


68 


47 


85 


31 


2 


450 


Total 


346 


158 


82 


143 


54 


2 


785 



PERCENTAGE 





White 


Black 


Hispanic 


Asian 
Pac. Is. 


Filipino 


Am. Inc. 

Ak. Nat. 


Total 


Male 


16.4 


11.5 


4.5 


7.4 


2.9 




42.7 


Fern a ] c 


27.6 


8.7 


6.0 


10.8 


3.9 


.3 


57.3 


Total 


44.0 


20.2 


10.5 


18.2 


6.8 


.3 


100.0 





White 


Slack 


-HLsnanir 


Asian 

P.ic. Is. 


Am. Ind. 
Ak. Nat. 


Other 


Total 


SF -19S0 
Census 


45. 9: 


12. 7Z 


12.32 


21.72 


0.52' 


6.92 


100.02 



Pac. Is. - Pacific Islander 
Am. Ind. - American Indian 
Ak. Nat. - Alaskan Native 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811020-F1 
Management Personnel 
San Francisco Community College District 



President and Members: 

Resolution No. 811020-F1 covers a management personnel item for the 
Community College Centers Division. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective October 21, 1981, NICHOLAR CHANG* Counselor 
Schedule I, John O'Connell Community College Center of the 
Community College Centers Division, be and is hereby appointed Assis- 
tant Director, Community College Centers Division; vice, James Norris, 
retired August 4, 1979. Salary shall be in accordance with the 1981-82 
Management Salary Schedule, Classification A, Step 1. 

Submitted by, 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor /Superintendent 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Assignment: Chinatown/North Beach Community College Center 



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BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION 



NICHOLAS CHANG 
31 La Vista Way 
San Rafael, Ca. 94901 
(415) 457-6498 (Hone) 
(415) 495-3176 (Work) 



CAREER OBJECTIVE 



To utilize my knowledge and experience in the administration 
of community college educational programs. 



EDUCATION 

Doctor of Education (In Progress) EMPHASIS: Multicultural Education 

University of San Francisco 
San Francisco, Ca. 

Master of Arts in Educational Counseling (1978) 

University of San Francisco I 

San Francisco, Ca. 

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (1966) 
Ohio Wesley an University 
Delaware, Ohio 



PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 

ADMINISTRATION: PROGRAM COORDINATOR 

10/75 to 3/77 Vocational/ESL Program 

S. F. Skills Center 
San Francisco, Ca. 

My Responsibilities Included: 

1. Coordinating training and placement activities for manpower 

trainees in the CETA Chinese Vocational/ESL Program; 

2. Supervising a bilingual vocational machinist training program 

which I developed and obtained funding from H.E.W.; 

3. Organized and coordinated curriculum development; 

4. Supervising teachers and instruction; 



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5. Supervising student services, with emphasis on career counseling 

and job development; 

6. Being responsible for the fiscal control and expenditures of the 

program, with a budget of about $400,000 annually; 

7. Reporting to the District and Funding Agency through monthly and 

annual reports; 

8. Cooperating with community agencies, business and labor unions in 

order to enhance training efficiency and employment opportunities 
in the Bay Area; 

9. Coordinating a Program Advisory Committee; 

10. Assuming classroom instructional duties as needed; 

11. Developing new and innovative programs. 



COUNSELING: COUNSELOR 

9/79 to Present John O'Connell Community College 

3/77 to 8/79 Center 

6/73 to 10/75 And Also, San Francisco Community College 

Skills Center 
Both In, San Francisco, Ca. 

My Responsibilities Included: 

1. Working with a large cross-section of the S.F. adult population 

enrolled in Basic Education, Vocational, E.S.L., Medical and 
Industrial Programs; 

2. Developing student service systems as needed — including student 

guidelines, intake and tracking, evaluation, etc.; 

3. Counseling on educational, vocational and personal issues; 
A. Working with community agencies; 

5. Overseeing the Veterans Affairs and Financial Aid Programs; 

6. Forming liaisons with industries and communities. 



RELATED EXPERIENCE 

Since 1970, I have been actively involved with the human 
services in this area. I have conducted workshops for the S.F.U.S.D., 
C.P.G.A. and community agencies to promote a better understanding 
of the multiculture educational needs and services. I was also 
active in Manpower Committees, community advisory committees and 
professional groups. 



CREDENTIA LS AND MEMBERSHIPS 

CREDENTIALS — California Community College Counseling (Life) 
California Adult Teaching (E.S.L.) 

California Community College Supervisorial 



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MEMBERSHIPS — California Personnel & Guidance Association 

California Association of Teachers to Speakers of 

Other Languages 
Advisory Board, Community Educational Services 
Chinatown Manpower Advisory Council to the Mayor's 

Office 
Executive Committee, American Federation of Teachers, 

Local 2121 
Executive Board, Campaign For Human Development, S.F. 

. . ... . . _ . Archdiocese 

Association of Asian-American Psychologists 

Doctoral Fellow, Multicultural Program, U.S. Dept. of 

Education 



REFERENCES 



Submitted separately. 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811020-F2 
Management Personnel 
San Francisco Community College District 

President and Members: 

Resolution No. 811020-F2 covers a management personnel item for the 
Community College Centers Division. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective October 21, 1981, ROSEMARY S. DARDEN* 

be placed on leave from her position as Senior Program 
Supervisor, Parent Education Programs, John Adams Community College 
Center of the Community College Centers Division, and that she be 
appointed as Assistant Director, Community College Centers Division; 
vice, Raymond S. Bergman, retired July 7, 1980. Salary shall be in 
accordance with the 1981-82 Management Salary Schedule, Classification 
A, Step A. 

Submitted by, 



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Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor /Superintendent 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Assignment: John Adams Community College Center 



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ROSEMARY S. DARDEN 



EDUCATION: 



M.A., University of California, Berkeley, Ca I iforni a, 1970. 
Early Childhood Education 

B.S., California State University, Hayward, California, 1969. 
Sociology and Early Childhood Education 



CERTIFICATION: 

Community College Administrative Credential, 1976. 

Community College Instructors Credential, 1975. 

Ryan Administrative Credential, Kindergarten - 12th Grade and 
Adult Education; Administrative Internship, California State 
University, Hayward, 1975. 

Standard Elementary Teaching Credential, Kindergarten - 9th Grade 
and Adult Education, University of California, Berkeley, 1970. 

WORK EXPERIENCE: 

1978 - Pres: San Francisco Community College District, Parent 
Education Programs. 

Position: Senior Program Supervisor 

1975 - 1978: San Francisco Community College District, Parent 
Education Program. 

Position: Coordinator (Teacher- I n-Charge) 

1973 - 1975: Berkeley Unified School District, Early Childhood 
Education Program. 

Position: Coordinator 

1970 - 1973: Berkeley Unified School District, Whittier - Univer- 
sity of California Laboratory School. 

Position: Early Childhood Education Laboratory Teacher/ 
Project Fol low-Through Teacher 

1970 - 1972: Peralta Community College District, Meritt College. 

Position: Instructor (Part-time) 



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WORK EXPERIENCE: 

Summer, 1969: Oakland Economic Council, Inc. /Head Start Program. 

Position: Teacher 

Spring, 1969: Oakland Council of Churches/Parent-Child Development 
Center. 

Position: Teacher 

1957 - 1962: United States Government. 

WORK EXPERIENCE, Consulting: 

1970 - Present: Various School Districts, private and public agencies 
and/or organizations. 

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS: 

NAEYC , National Association for the Education of Young Children 
Phi Lamda Theta , National Educational Honor Society for Women 
CACE, California Association for Compensatory Education 
CCDA, California Child Development Administrators 
Western Region of the Council on Black American Affairs 
CCC/ECE , California Community College Early Childhood Educators 
California Positive Parenting Task Force 

DISTRICT COMMITTFES: 

Instructional Services Committee, 1978 - Present. 

Tripartite Screening and Selection Committee, 1975-81. 

Women's Re-Entry Advisory Committee, 1977-78. 

TASK Force: San Francisco Community College Self -Study Report for 
Accreditation Review, Physical Plant and Equipment Committee, 1975- 
76 and 1976-77. 

COMMUNITY SERVICES: 

1979 - Present: Allen Temple Baptist Church,-. Federal Credit Union, 
Oakland California - Board Member, Secretary (1979-81). 



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COMMUNITY SERVICES: 

1976 - Present: JACKIE of San Francisco County - Board Member, Program 
Development Committee (1976-78); Vice-President (1978-80) President 
(1980-82). 

1975 - Present: Foster Parent Advisory Committee, San Francisco 
County Department of Social Services - Board Member, 1977-80 Chair- 
person. 

1975 - Present: Pacific Family & Child Counseling Center, Oakland, 
California - Board Member, President (1980-81). 

1976 - 1980: Family Day Care Provider Advisory Committee, San Fran- 
cisco Child Care Switchboard - San Francisco Community College Li as ion. 

1975 - 1979: Early Childhood Education (ECE) Advisory Committee, San 
Francisco Unified School District - Board Member (Community Liasion). 

1962 - 1970: Various Community Organizations - Oakland Public School - 
Community Council (1969-70); Various Committee Chairmanships, Boy Scouts 
of America (1967-68); Various Committee Chairmanships, Girl Scouts of 
America (1962-64); Various Committee Chairmanships, Parent Teacher Asso- 
ciates, Life Time Membership (1962-66); League of Women Voters (1965-70). 

AWARDS AND HONORS: 

Outstanding Services to Families and Children, California Alliance of 
Black Educators, April, 1981. 

Outstanding Christian Leadership, American Baptist Churches, February, 
1980. 

Dean's List, 1967-69. 



TRAVEL: 



Mexico; Africa: Nigeria, Dahomey, Lome, Ghana, and Ivory Cost; Upper 

Antilles: Haiti, Puerto Rico, St. Thomas, and Jamica; Lower Antilles: 

Barbadoes, St. Lucia, and Grenada; Hawaiian Islands; Israel; South 
America: Venezuela, and Greece. 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 81102 0-F3 
Management Personnel 
San Francisco Community College District 

President and Members: 

Resolution No. 811020-F3 covers a management personnel item for the 
Community College Centers Division. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective October 21, 1981, ANGELO C. CABRERA,* 
Interim Assistant Director, John O'Connell Community 
College Center of the Community College Centers Division, be and 
is hereby appointed Assistant Director, Community College Centers 
Division; vice, Robert J. Polidori, retired August 1, 1980. 
Salary shall be in accordance with the 1981-82 Management Salary 
Schedule, Classification A, Step 5 . 

Submitted by, 



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Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Recommended for aodption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/ Superintendent 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Assignment: John O'Connell Community College Center 



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BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION 



ANGELO C. CABRERA 



EDUCATION : 

AA Degree: 

BA Degree: 

Masters Degree: 

CERTIFICATION: 



Santa Ana College 
Santa Ana, CA 

University of San Francisco 
San Francisco, CA 

University of San Francisco 
San Francisco, CA 



. Community College Supervisor Credential - Life 

. Standard Services Credential: Supervision - Grades 
9 - 12 - Life 

. S.D.S. Teaching Credential: Grades 9 - 14 - Life 

. S.D.S. Teaching Credential: Adult - Life 

WORK EXPERIENCE : 

1981 - Present - Interim Assistant Director, John 

O'Connell Community Center 



1980 - 1981 



1978 - 1980 



1976 - 1978 



1971 - 1976 



1969 - 1971 



- Acting Assistant Director, John 

O'Connell Community Center 

- Senior Program Supervisor, John 

O'Connell Community Center 

- Teacher-In-Charge, Site Administrator , 

John O'Connell Community Center 

- Department Chairperson and Instructor, 

Central City Occupational Center, LAUSD 

- Instructor, Bilingual Classes, Central 

City Occupational Center, LAUSD 



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WORK EXPERIENCE : (Continued) 

1975 - 1976 - Coordinator of Evening and Saturday 

Classes, Santa Ana College, Santa 
Ana , CA 

1973 - 1975 - Instructor, Bilingual Classes, Evenings 

and Saturdays, Santa Ana College, 
Santa Ana, CA 

1972 - 1973 - Bilingual Test Instructor, North 

Valley Occupational Center, Woodland 
Hills, CA 

1967 - 1969 - Instructor, Pacoima Skill Center - ESL 

and Vocational Subjects 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE ; 

. Public Service Bilingual Program, Channels 50 and 70; 

Santa Ana Unified School District Television Center. 
. Proctor and Translator for Spanish Speaking Courses, 

West Valley Occupational Center, Woodland Hills, CA. 
. Honorarium for Book Reviews, Prentice-Kail, 1974. 
. Participated in Test Validation for NAISE, 197 3. 
. Translator - Bilingual WIN Programs, 1971 - 197 3. 
. Developed and Filmed Training Films for Industrial 

Education Institute, 1970 - 1971. 
. Curriculum Advisory Committee - MDTA and WIN Programs, 

1968 - 1970. 
PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS ; 

. LEA . CAVE 

. CIEA . LATA 

. LIEA . CADC 



AMEA 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811020-F4 
Management Personnel 
San Francisco Community College District 

President and Members : 

Resolution No. 811020-F4 covers a management personnel item for the 
Community College Centers Division. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective October 21, 1981, through June 30, 1982, 

DIANA L. VERDUGC*be placed on leave from her position 
as Counselor , Schedule I, Mission Community College Center of the 
Community College Centers Division, and that she be appointed 
Acting Assistant Director, Community College Centers Division, 
vice Berna Katuna, on sabbatical leave. Salary shall be in accordance 
with the 1981-82 Management Salary Schedule, Classification A, Step 1. 

Submitted by, 



* 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/Superintendent 



* Assignment: Downtown Community College Center 
10/20/81 - F4 



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Summary of Qualifications of 
DIANA L. VERDUGO 

Academic Preparation : 

1964-1971: Bachelor of Science and Master of Science , 

Speech Pathology and Audiology, Communicative 
Disorders, Arizona State University. 

Presently: Juris Doctor, in completion, University of 
San Francisco. Emphasis in Education and 
Labor . 

Master of Arts in Educational Psychology 

Credentials : 

Counseling, Life 

English as a Second Language 

Special Education 

Speech and Hearing 

K-12 Special Education 

Administrative & Teaching Experience : 

Present through 1964 

Mission Center ; Counselor, Teacher 
Skills Center ; Coordinator, Counselor, 

Teacher 
San Francisco Unified School District ; 

Bilingual Teacher, Proposal Writer 
National Council of La Raza ; National 

Education Advisor, Southwestern 

Bilingual Education Coordinator 
Scottsdale Guidance Center ; Remedial 

Services Coordinator, Speech Teacher 
Arizona State University Speech & Hearing 
Clinic ; Supervisor, Teacher of Speech and 

Diagnostic Procedures 
Crippled Children's Hospital ; Bilingual 

Speech & Hearing Services Coordinator, 

Speech & Special Education Teacher 
Arizona State Hospital ; Bilingual Speech 

Teacher and Supervisor 
KRIZ and KFCA Radio Stations ; Advertising 

(Traffic) and Music Coordinator 
Murrell Musical Enterprises ; Office Manager, 

Staff Coordinator 



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Summary of Qualifications of 
DIANA L. VERDUGO 



Consultant Areas : 

Mexican American Advisory Committee 

Mission Business Development Center 

Native American Center 

U.S. Human Resources 

Oakland Public Schools 

Bureau of Indian Affairs 

American Cancer Society 

Archdiocese of San Francisco 

Arizona State University 

San Francisco Unified School District 

Reading is Fundamental 

Sesame Street 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811020-F5 
Management Personnel 
San Francisco Community College District 

President and Members: 

Resolution No. 811020-F5 covers a management personnel item for the 
Community College Centers Division. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective October 21, 1981, JUANITA L. OWENS* 
be placed on leave from her position as Instructor, 
Schedule I, Mission Community College Center of the Community 
College Centers Division, and that she be appointed Acting Assistant 
Director, Community College Centers Division, for an indeterminate 
period, vice Bennett Tom, reassigned to District Certificated Services 
Office of the San Francisco Community College District. Salary shall 
be in accordance with the 1981-82 Management Salary Schedule, 
Classification A, Step 1. 

Submitted by, 



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Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Recommended for adoption: 

Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor /Superintendent 

* Assignment: Alemany Community College Center 
10/20/81 - F5 



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BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION 
JUANITA L. OWENS 



EDUCATION 

Post Graduate Work, USF, Summer 1980 to present 

Master of Arts, USF, 1980, Multicultural Education 

Bachelor of Arts, USF, 1979, Sociology/Ethnic Studies 

San Francisco State University, 1975-78, Design and Industry 

City College San Francisco, 1972-74 

CREDENTIALS 

Community College Adult Credential 

Graphic Arts/Printing Teaching Credential - - - 
Standard Designated Subject Teaching Credential 
Supervision/Designated Subjects Supervision Credential 



PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 
1980-present 



1979-1.980 

19 78-present 
1978-present 

1975-1978 

1973-1978 

197 5-1977 

Summer 197 6 

197 0-1973 

19 6 9-1970 
1 9 6 6 - ] 9 6 9 



Program Supervisor (part-time) 

University of San Francisco: Assistant to the 

Director of the Multicultural Program: Bilingual 

Vocational Instructor Training Program 

Program Supervisor, Teaching Assistant (pa rt-time) 

University of San Francisco: Multicultural Program 

for the Bilingual Vocational Instructor Training Frogram 

I nstructor , Mission Community College Center 

Instructor 

Friends Outside, Mayor's Manpower Youth Training Program, 

in conjunction with Mission Community College Center 

Instructor, Coordinator 

ROP (San Francisco County Regional Occupational Program) , 

Unified School District, San Francisco 

Instructor (part-time) 

John O' Council Community College, San Francisco: 
G r aph i c Arts/Print i ng 

Group Facilitator (part-time) 

National Council on Alcoholism, DWI School, San Francisco 

I n st rue tor 

Door" Project, Girl Scouts, Alameda, CA : Graphic Arts 

Department Supervisor - In-Plant Print Shop, California 
College of Podriatric Medicine, San Francisco 

Printer, Fireman's Fund Insurance Company 

Clerk/Ty pist 

U.C. Medical Center, San Francisco 



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CONSULTANTSHIPS 

1979-1980 University of San Francisco Committee to Bilingual 

Instructor Training Program 4 

1978-1979 -Kershiner.- Associates, Washington, D.C.: monograph 

for Bilingual Teacher Training Programs 

PROF ESS. TONAL AFF ILIATIONS 

1979-present Member", School of Education Dean's Advisory Board, USF 

1980 San Jose State University Committee to Pilot Test and 

evaluation, H andbook on Co mpe tency-Based Program 
Development 

1980-present San Francisco Community College District Committee for 

Vocational Education 

19 80-present AMAE American Mexican Association for Educators 

1980-present San Francisco Latino Unity Council 

1980-present San Francisco Community College District Academic 

Committee 

1979-present San Francisco Community College District President's 

Ad Hoc Committee for Public Relations 

1978-1979 Faculty Council, Mission Community College Center 

1977-1980 San Francisco Community College District Instructional 

Services Committee 

1979-present LEA (Latin Educators Association) 

1980-present San Francisco Li tho-Craf tsinan ' s Club - Education and ' 

Scholarship Committee, 1980 

1972-1980 In-plant Printing Management Association, Secretary, 

1973 

1972 Educational Committee 

COMM UNITY PART ICIPATION 

1978-1980 Hospitality House, San Francisco 

1977 -present Friends Outside, San Francisco 

1976-present League of Latin /vmerican Council (LULAC) 

1976 Region IX American Indian Council 

1976 American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California 

1979 Fairoaks Community Center (Youth training) 

ART I.CL ES V.'R I TTEN 

" Voc a t i on a 1 Ed uc a t i on/ KS L " 

REFER EMC BS 

Available upon request 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811020-F6 
Management Personnel 
San Francisco Community College District 

President and Members: 

Resolution No. 811020-F6 covers a management personnel item for the 
Community College Centers Division. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective October 21, 1981, GERTRUDE B. GILLETTE* 

be placed on leave from her position as a Schedule I 
instructor, Community College Skills Center, and that she be appointed 
Interim Assistant Director, Community College Centers Division, for 
an indeterminate period, vice Charles Collins, appointed Associate 
Director, Facilities and Planning, canceling his leave, granted by 
Governing Board Resolution No. 800819-F2. Salary shall be in accordance 
with the 1981-82 Management Salary Schedule, Classification A, Step 1. 

Submitted by, 



) 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/ Superintendent 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Assignment: Community College Skills Center 



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GERTRUDE B. GILLETTE 

EDUCATION: 

California State University, S.F. - M.A., Educational Administration 
California State College, Hayward - B.A., Art and Business Ed. 

CERTIFICATION: 

Community College Administrative Credential, 197^ 
Community College Instructors Credential, 1972 
Credential for teaching Secondary School and Adults, 1968 

WORK EXPERIENCE: (Education) 

Fourteen years with the San Francisco School District. Service 
from February 1967 to present. 

Jan. to Oct. 1979 

Aug. 1980 to present — Program Supervisor 

1968 - 1979 Program Coordinator/Teacher 

Teaching business subjects in programs for the disadvantaged or 
underemployed at the San Francisco Community College Skills Center. 

Teaching supervision courses at the San Francisco City College 
(evening division). 

Program coordinator for the Insurance Career Clerical Certifi- 
cate program. 

1967 - 1968 Administrative Assistant 

Assistant to the Personnel Coordinator, San Francisco Unified 
School District. 



WORK EXPERIENCE - Other 



1971 - 1972 Supervisory Housing Manager - part time 

Housing Management Services, Inc. 

1955 - 1967 Office Manager, General Accountant 

Eleven years with Lockheed Aircraft Service Company 



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AFFILIATIONS: 



Member, National Association for Public School Adult Educ . (NAPSAE) 

Member, California Teachers Association (CTA) 

Member, Board of Directors — Community Services Systems of S.F. 

Member, Frederick Douglas Symposium 

Member, California Alumni Association 

Business Ed. Curriculum Committee - S.F. Community College District 

District Instructional Committee - S.F. Community College District 

Executive Board of DCC - S.F. Community College District 

Member, Western Region Council on Black American Affairs 

Member, NAACP 

Treasurer, Doris Ward political campaign 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 



Subject: Resolutions No. 811020G1-G11 

Certificated Personnel, City College Division 



President and Members: 



Resolutions No. 811020G1-G11 cover certificated personnel 
items for the City College Division. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Juanita U. Pascual 
Vice President 
Administrative Services 



Recommended for Adoption: 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/ Superintendent 



Gl to Gil 
Page 1 of 7 
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Kenneth S. Washington 
President 



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811020-G1 

Hourly 

Teaching 

Appointments 

Fall Semester 

1981 



RESOLVED: That the following named instructors be appointed 
to teach for the number of hours per week set opposite their names 
during the Fall Semester, 1981. Unless otherwise indicated, the 
effective dates for Day and Evening hours are September 9, 1981 
through January 29, 1982. Salary shall be in accordance with the 
current salary schedule, instructional rate: 



Name 

+ BAUER, RALPH 
+ELAME, PHYLLIS 
+GRIFFIN, GANELLE 

HARTNEY, WILLIAM 
+HAWLEY, MARION 

LOWOOD, JENNIFER 
*LUDWIG, LINDA 
+ PALMER, JOHN 
+RATCLIFF, JOHN 
+RENDER, ANN 
+SMITH, KARL 





Day 


Eve/Sat 


Total 


Effective 


Department 


Hours 
6 


Hours 


Weekly 
6 


Dates 


Printing Technology 




Study Center 


3 




3 


10/19-11/23/81 


Nursing 


3 




3 


9/15 $ 9/17/81 onlv 


Foreign Language 




3 


3 


9/9-9/18/81 


Nursing 


3 




3 


10/1-11/5/81 


Study Center 


6 




6 


10/19-11/23/81 


Business 




3 


3 


10/6/81-1/29/82 


Printing Technology 


5 




5 




Business 




4 


4 




Nursing 


1.5 




1.5 


9/24 $ 9/29/81 only 


Nursing 


1.5 




1.5 


9/22 & 12/10/81 only 



811020-G2 
Changes in 
Hourly 
Appointments 
Fall 1981 



Name 



RESOLVED: That the following changes in hourly teaching 
appointments be noted. Unless otherwise indicated, the effective 
dates for Day and Evening hours are September 9, 1981 through 
January 29, 1982. Salary shall be in accordance with the current 
salary schedule, instructional rate: 



Department 



Change effective dates 
+DUNBAR, ROBERT From Behavioral Sci. 

And 
To 
And 



Behavioral Sci. 
Behavioral Sci. 
Behavioral Sci. 



+McCUTCHAN, NELL 
+MEHAN, JOHN 
+THURBER, MARY 
+ VELASQUEZ, THOMAS 



From English 
To English 

From English 
To English 

From English 
To English 

From English 
And English 
To English 



Day Eve/Sat Total Effective 
Hours Hours Weekly Dates 



3 9/28-11/2/81 

3 9/9/81-1/29/82 

3 9/28-9/30/81 

3 9/9/81-1/29/82 

3 9/11/81-1/29/82 

3 9/9/81-1/29/82 

3 9/11/81-1/29/82 

3 9/9/81-1/29/82 

3 9/11/81-1/29/82 

3 9/9/81-1/29/82 

3 9/9/81-1/29/82 

3 9/11/81-1/29/82 

6 9/9/81-1/29/82 



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*New hourly instructor- -appointment contingent upon possession and 

recordation of an appropriate California Community College "redential 
+Regular instructor- -extra pay. 



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811020-G2 (continued) 



Name 

Increase 
+COMBS, BARBARA 

Decrease 
BACON, ROSARIO 

GOLDSTEIN, RONDA 

GREY, GERALD 

HUDSPETH, CHARLES 

+INGERSOLL, FRANK 

ZACK, LAWRENCE 

Cancel 

APPLEBY, LEROY 
BERRY, JOE 
JOHNSON, ALGENARD 
JONES, RONALD 



Department 


Day 
Hours 


Eve/Sat 
Hours 

2 
2 
2 


Total 
Weekly 

2 
2 
2 


Effective 
Dates 


From Health Science 
To Health Science 
And Health Science 


9/14-11/6/81 
9/14-11/6/81 
9/28-11/23/81 


From Social Services 
To Social Services 




6 
3 


6 
3 


9/23/81-1/29/82 


From Business 
To Business 




6 
3 


6 
3 


10/6/81-1/29/82 


From Fire Science 
To Fire Science 




9 
6 


9 
6 




From Music 
To Music 


6 
6 


3 


9 
6 


10/8/81-1/29/82 


From Health Science 
To Health Science 




4 
2 


4 
2 


9/10/81-1/29/82 


From Business 
To Business 




6 
3 


6 
3 


9/18/81-1/29/82 


Behavioral Science 
Social Science 
English 
Business 


2 


3 

3 
2 


3 
2 
3 
2 


9/17/81 
10/8/81 
9/15/81 
10/13/81 



811020-G3 

Name 

Change 



RESOLVED: That the following name changes be noted for payroll 



purposes : 
From 



CARAVAS, JOHN F. 
+DIVIC, BRACO 
+VASQUEZ VEGA, MIGUEL 



To 

CARAVAS, FRANK 
+DIVIC, SVETOZAR BRACO 
+VASQUEZ, MIGUEL A. 



811020-G4 

Special 

Assignment 

Business 

Department 



Gl to Gil 
Page 3 of 7 
10/20/81 



RESOLVED: That effective September 9, 1981 through October 4, 
1981, ECHOLS, DOUGLAS C. , be appointed to serve in the Business 
Department as advisor for the Transportation Program for 2 hours 
per week. Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary 
schedule, non- instructional rate. 

+Regular instructor—extra pay. 



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811020-G5 
Special 
Assignment 
Study Center 



RESOLVED: That effective October 20, 1981 through January 20, 
1982, +ELAME, PHYLLIS, be appointed to serve in the Study Center 
for 6 hours per week. Salary shall be in accordance with the 
current salary schedule, non-instructional rate. 



811020-G6 
Special 
Assignment 
Testing 5 
Research 



RESOLVED: That +WELLS, WALLACE, be appointed to administer 
Placement Tests on August 29, 1981, for a total of 4 hours. Salary 
shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, non- 
instructional rate. 



811020-G7 
Appointment 
Emeritus 
Status 



RESOLVED: That effective July 1, 1981, the following 
certificated personnel listed below have retired during the last 
academic year and having served City College of San Francisco in 
a distinguished manner, be appointed to emeritus privileges 
appertaining to such status: 



Name 
ANDERSON, ROY 



Years Served 
1969-1981 



At the recommendation of the Chancellor/Superintendent and in 
accordance with the policy of the Governing Board, it is in order 
that testimonial resolutions be prepared and transmitted to the 
above-named faculty in recognition of their services at the San 
Francisco Community College District. 



♦ 



811020-G8 

Hourly 

Substitutes 



RESOLVED: That the following named certificated personnel be 
appointed to serve as hourly substitutes for absent instructors 
for the Academic Year 1981-82. Salary shall be in accordance wi- 
the current salary schedule, instructional rate: 



Name 

CANNON, HELEN 
DOYLE, JOHN 
SILVERMAN, HAROLD 
STRECKFUSS, JEANNE 
STRYKOWSKI, FRANCES 
TRABICH, JACQUELINE 



+Regular full-time instructor- -extra pay. 



Gl to Gil 
Page 4 of 7 
10/20/81 



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811020-G9 
Concert/ 
Lecture 
Series 



Concert 



RESOLVED: That the following named individual be appointed 
for the date shown and granted the honorarium indicated: 

Performer: Chamber Music Group 

Date: October 22, 1981--11:00 a.m. 

Location: A133 

Honorarium: $75 

Concert: Chamber music with strings 

Violinist John Konigsmark, cellist Scott Tisdel, viola player 
Emily Onderdonk and pianist Sieglinde Isham are all teachers and 
professional musicians who have performed widely in the Bay Area. 



811020-G10 

Special 

Assignment 

Public 

Relations 



RESOLVED: That effective September 9, 1981 through January 29, 
1982 and February 9 through June 21, 1982, +GREEN, JACQUELYN, be 
appointed to serve as Public Information Coordinator for the Public 
Relations Department for a total of 203 hours. Salary shall be in 
accordance with the current salary schedule for non-instructional 
assignments. 



811020-G11 
Amendment to 
Resolution 

Name 



RESOLVED: That resolution 810901-G7, Additional Hours of 
Service, Department Heads, be amended in part as follows: 



Department 



Day Eve/Sat Total 
Hours Hours Weekly 



Effective 
Dates 



Change effective dates 
AGUSTINOVICH, MARY ANN 



From Behav. Sci. 
To Behav. Sci. 
And Behav. Sci. 



3 3 

3 3 

3 3 



9/21-12/16/81 

9/21-9/28/81 

11/4-12/16/81 



Increase 
McCONNELL, JAMES 



From Business 
To Business 



3 9/9/81-1/29/82 
5 9/9/81-1/29/82 



Gl to Gil 
Page 5 of 7 
10/20/81 



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City College of San Francisco 

ETHNIC SURVEY 

NEW FIRST-TIME INSTRUCTORS HIRED BY CITY COLLEGE BY AUTHORITY 
OF FOREGOING RESOLUTIONS 



TIME PERIOD: FROM October 6, 1981 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolutions No. 811020- Jl to 811020-J3 
Certificated Personnel 
Categorically Funded Programs 
Community College Centers , 

President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 811020- Jl to 811020-J3 cover certificated personnel 
items in categorically funded programs for the Community College Centers. 
Services are required and funds have been provided by the grantor for each 
of the categorically funded program appointments. 

California Education Code Section 87470 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may employ persons 
possessing an appropriate credential as certificated employees in programs 
and projects to perform services conducted under contract with public or 
private agencies, or other categorically funded projects of indeterminate 
duration. The terms and conditions under which such persons are employed 
shall be mutually agreed upon by the employee and the governing board and 
such agreement shall be reduced to writing. Service pursuant to this section 
shall not be included in computing the service required as a prerequisite 
to attainment of, or eligibility to, classification as a regular employee 
of a community college district..." 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 

Recommended for adoption: 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancel lor /Superintendent 

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RESOLVED: That Resolution No, 811006.-J2, 
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NAME 
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Certificated Personnel 
Community College Centers 

President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 811020-K1 to 811020-K10 cover certificated 
personnel items for the Community College Centers. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Recommended for adoption: 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
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Herbert M. Sussman 
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COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



81102Q-K5 
Amendment 



"RESOLVED; That the following resolution, 
pertaining to Temporary Appointments, he amended 
to show the beginning date of the Appointment for 
the following employee. 



NAME 



CENTER 



RESOLUTION 



DATE SHOWN 



SHOULD BE 



Van Tricht, Eugene 



88 J. Adams 810901-K1 



9/15/81 



9/10/81 



8110.20-K6 
Amendment 



RESOLVED: That the following resolutions, 
pertaining to Temporary Appointments, be amended 
to show the ending dates of the Appointments for 
the following employees, 



NAME 

Buckley, Karen W. 
Gerughty, Thomas 

Klingler, Alfred J. 
Roskelly, Milton 



CENTER 



29 
29 



Downtown 
Downtown 



RESOLUTION 

810915-K1 
810901-K1 



53 O'Connell 810901-K1 
53 O'Connell 810901-K1 



DATES SHOWN 

10/23/81 
10/22/81 

1/27/82 
1/28/82 



SHOULD BE 

10/30/81 
11/5/81 

1/28/82 
1/29/82 



811020-K7 
Leave of 
Absence 



811020-K 8 
Leave of 
Absence 



RESOLVED: That effective September 8, 1981 thru 
January 29, 1982, LEONARD GLASSER, Schedule 1 Instructor, 
Alemany Community College Center, be granted a 1/5 
leave of absence from his position; reason: Rest, 
leave without pay. 

RESOLVED: That effective September 1, 1981 thru 
December 18, 1981, ANNA WONG, Schedule I Counselor, 
Chinatown/North Beach Community College Center, be granted 
a leave of absence from her position; reason: Personal 
Business, leave without pay. 



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COMMITNTY COLLEGE CENTERS 



811020-K9 RESOLVED: That effective October 7, 1981, 

Appointment COLEEN GEE, be appointed a S.chedule I first year 

1st Year (probationary) Counselor, assigned to Downtown 

Contract Community College Center. Position created by 

Board Resolution No. 8110Q6^B4.. Salary shall be 
in accordance with the 1981-82 salary schedule.. 



811020-K10 RESOLVED: That effective October 21, 1981 

Assignment thru December 18, 1981, PATSY WOODARD, be assigned 

Long-Term as a Temporary Schedule I Long-Term Substitute at 

Substitute John Adams Community College Center/LVN Program, 

in the absence of CECELIA TANSKY on Dis. Allowance; 
subject Nursing 1-Class & Clinical. Salary shall 
be in accordance with the 1981-82 salary schedule. 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811020-L1 

Amending employment contract for the purpose of 

a) purchasing tax sheltered annuities, or 

b) contributing to tax sheltered custodial accounts, 

for those employees requesting such purchases or contributions 

Presidnet and Members: 

The Governing Board by Resolution No. 791120-B1 has made available 
to its employees the provisions of Section 403(b) of the U. S. Internal Revenue 
Code of 1954 as amended, and Section 17512 of the California Revenue and Taxa- 
tion Code. 

Employees of the San Francisco Community College District may enter 
into an amendment of their employment contracts for the purpose of effecting a 
reduction in the salaries paid to such employees, and that for each employee 
who voluntarily elects t>o accept such reduction in his or her salary, the San 
Francisco Community College District shall, as directed by such employee, a) 
purchase, with an amount equal to the reduction in salary, a nontransferable 
annuity contract issued by an insurance company selected by the employee, in 
which the employee's rights are nonforfeitable except for failure to pay 
future premiums, and in which all rights under said annuity contracts shall be 
exercisable by the employee concerned, or b) contribute an amount equal to 
such reduction in salary to a custodial account of a custodian selected by the 
employee, in which all rights under said custodial account shall be exercisable 
by the employee concerned. 

The Governing > Board by Resolution No. 791120-B1 authorized the 
Chancellor Superintendent, Vice Chancellor - Business, Chief Accountant, or 
Head Accountant to purchase such annuity contracts or contribute to such 
custodial accounts, subject to ratification by the Governing Board. 

The following ratifying resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Governing Board of the San Francisco Community 

College district amend the salary of the following individual 
employee by the amount indicated; this amount will be used to purchase 
or contribute to a tax sheltered annuity or tax sheltered custodial 
account as selected by the employee, complying with the provisions 
of Section 403(b) of the United States Internal Revenue Code, and 
Section 17512 of the California Revenue and Taxation Code; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Governing Board purchase tax sheltered 

annuity contract or contribute to a custodial 
account as sedected by the employee complying with the provisions set 
forth above, for the following employee; said purchase or contribution 
to be with the insurance company or the custodian as selected by the 
employee and in the amount directed by the employee to become effective 
as soon as administratively possible. 



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Tax Sheltered Annuity 

American Guaranty Life 
Northwest Life Ins. Co. 
Paul Revere Variable 



Variable Annuity Life 



EMPLOYEE NO. 


AMOUNT PER MONTH 


029024 


$350.00 


061718 


200.00 


022182 


300.00 


915965 


565.00 


951694 


200.00 


048496 


300.00 


077930 


2,100.00 


913692 


300.00 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Governing Board amend the salary 

of the following individual employees by 
the amount indicated as a result of their termination of amendment 
to employment contract: 



Tax Sheltered Annuity 



EMPLOYEE NO. AMOUNT PER MONTH 



Great American Life 
Variable Annuity Life 



968300 
958640 



$1,200.00 
580.00 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 






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The Honorable Governing Board of the 
San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811020-W1 

Authorization to extend the lease agreement with 
City Department of Public Works/RAP Program for 
space at John Adams Community College Center. 

President and Members : 

On April 26, 1977, by Resolution No.770426-W3 the Governing Board 
authorized the San Francisco Community College District to lease the entire 
one-story annex at the north-west corner of the John Adams Community College 
Center (about 2,600 square feet) to the City of San Francisco, Department of 
Public Works, Rehabilitation Assistance Program (RAP). The term of the ori- 
ginal lease was for 8 months, with the right to renew for three subsequent 
one year periods. The monthly rental rate for the initial year was $676, with 
5 percent increase for each of the subsequent three year renewals. 

After the three year period ended January 31, 1981, by Board Resolution 
No. 810505-W4, the lease has been renewed for five (5) months ending June 30, 
1981. With the assistance of the City Director of Property, a holding over period 
has been agreed to, permitting the Department of Public Works/RAP to operate at 
the location for the months of July and August 1981, at the same monthly rent of 
$783, including maintenance, utilities, and custodial services. 

It is recommended that the following resolution be adopted: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice Chancellor, 

Business, are hereby authorized to extend the lease witn 
the City of San Francisco for the entire one-story annex at the north- 
west corner of the John Adams Community College Center, approximately 
2,600 square feet, to be used by the City Department of Public Works 
as an office for its Rehabilitation Assistance Program (RAP) ; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the rental for the use of said space 

shall be at the rate of $ 783. per month to 
include all maintenance, utilities and custodial services. The term 
of the lease shall be from July 1, 1981 through August 31, 1981; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the City, with the prior consent of the 
District, shall have the right to make alterations to the building 
provided the same shall not be detrimental to the structure and shall 
restore the premises to the existing condition upon termination of the 
lease ; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the City shall hold the District harmless 

from any and all claims or liability for any 
injury or damage to any person or property occurring in or about the 
premises or any part thereof resulting from negligence of the City, 
its agents or employees. 



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Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Submitted by: 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 

Community College Centers 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



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The Honorable Governing Board of the 
San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811020-W2 

Authorization to enter into a lease agreement with 
City Department of Public Works, RAP Program for 
space at John Adams Community College Center. 

President and Members : 

By Resolution No. 811020-W1, it is recommended to the Governing Board 
to authorize the San Francisco Community College District to extend the lease 
of the entire one-story annex at the north-west corner of the John Adams Commu- 
nity College Center (approximately 2,600 square feet) to the City of San Francisco 
Department of Public Works, Rehabilitation Assistance Program (RAP), for the months 
of July and August 1981, at the monthly rent of $783.00, 

Recognizing the need for space to house our Refrigeration Program starting 
Fall 1981, the Community College Centers Division has agreed to lease only a portion 
of said building to RAP, consisting of an area of approximately 1,524 square feet, 
commencing September 1, 1981 and ending December 31, 1981, at a monthly rate of 
$457, including maintenance, utilities and custodial services. 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/Vice Chancellor, 

Business, are hereby authorized to execute a lease with the 
City of San Francisco for portion of the one-story annex at the north- 
west corner of the John Adams Community College Center, approximately 
1,524 square feet, to be used by the City Department of Public Works 
as an office for its Rehabilitation Assistance Program (RAP) ; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the rental for the use of said space shall 

be at the rate of $457 . per month to include all 
maintenance, utilities and custodial services. The term of the lease shall 
be from September 1, 1981 through December 31, 1981; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the City, with the prior consent of the 

District, shall have the right to make altera- 
tions to the building provided the same shall not be detrimental to the 
structure and shall restore the premises to the existing condition upon 
termination of the lease; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the City shall hold the District harmless 

from any and all claims or liability for any 
injury or damage to any person or property occurring in or about the 
premises or any part thereof resulting from negligence of the City, its 
agents or employees . 



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Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Submitted by: 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 

Community College Centers 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 8101020 - W3 

Authorization to enter into a rental agreement with 
Golden Gate Lutheran Church for the use of space by 
the State Preschool Program. 

President and Members: 

For several years the Community College Centers Division has been using 
approximately 1000 square feet of space at Golden Gate Lutheran Church, 3689 
19th Street, San Francisco, to conduct State Preschool classes. Rent for the 
past year was $200 per month. All maintenance, utilities and custodial services 
are provided by the Lessor. It will remain the same for 1981-82. 

It is recommended that the following resolution be adopted: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice Chancellor, 

Business, are hereby authorized to enter into a rental agree- 
ment with the Golden Gate Lutheran Church, 3689 - 19th Street, San Francisco, 
for the use of approximately 1000 square feet of floor space; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the rental for the use of said space shall be 

at the rate of $200 per month to include all main- 
tenance, utilities and custodial services. The term of the rental agree- 
ment shall be from September 1, 1981 thru June 30, 1982; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Lessee not be responsible for damage by 

fire, earthquake, the elements, or enemy attack, 
including any action taken by the military, naval, or air forces of the 
United States, except, however, that the Lessee shall be responsible for 
damage by its own negligence; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That no obligation on the part of the San Francisco 

Community College District shall arise under this 
agreement unless performed under the authority of a "Term Purchase Agreement" 
issued by the District and approved by the Real Estate Department for and on 
behalf of the Community College District, and duly certified as to funds by 
the Controller of said City and County pursuant to the provisions of Section 
6.302 of the Charter of said City and County. 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Submitted by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 

Community College Centers 






Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 

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Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



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ity College of San Francisco Coimnmiity College Centers 



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Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor 



October 21, 1981 



NOTICE OF CLOSED SESSION 

AND REGULAR MEETING 
OF THE GOVERNING BOARD 
SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 

The Governing Board will meet in Closed 
Session commencing at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, 
November 3, 1981 followed by the Regular 
Meeting at 7:30 p.m., 33 Gough Street, 
San Francisco, CA.* 



HERBERT M. SUSSMAN 
CHANCELLOR/ SUPERINTENDENT 
SECRETARY, GOVERNING BOARD 



DOCUMENTS Ut.Pt. 

OCT 2 7 WW 

PUZUC LIBRARY 



* THIS WILL BE THE ONLY MEETING IN NOVEMBER 



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33 Gough Street 
San Francisco, California 94103 
: (415) 



Governing Board 

San Francisco Community College District 

Julie Tang, President 

Ernest "Chuck" Ayala, Vice President 

Booker T. Anderson, Jr. Robert E. Burton 

John Riordan Lillian K. Sing Dr. Tim Wolfred 

Herbert M. Sussman, Chancellor 



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^ AGENDA 

Regular Meeting 
Governing Board of the San Francisco Community College District 

33 Gough Street 
Tuesday, November 3, 1981 



Closed Session - 5:30 p.m. 
Regular Meeting - 7:30 p.m. 



I. Roll Call 
II. Pledge of Allegiance 
III. Approval of Minutes 

Regular Meetings of October 6 and 20, 1981 
Governing Board Reports 



^uCUIViENTS DEI . . 



IV. 

V. 

VI. 
VII. 



Reports - Academic Senate, City College 

Faculty Senate, Centers Division 

Adoption of Agenda 

Chancel lor/ Superintendent ' s Resolutions 

Finance (Pages 3-7) 

Bl - Authorizing contract with Dr. Gerald West, San Francisco State 
University, Counseling Department, as a consultant and Seminar 
presenter for the project "Inter- group and Cultural Communic- 
ations Dynamics" Seminar for EOPS Counselors and Staff, City 
College, $1,500. 

B2 - Appropriating an additional $14,026.00 from the California 

State Department of Education for the State Preschool Education 
Program for the fiscal year 1981-82, Community College Centers 

B3 - Authorization to submit an application for funds to the U.S. 

Education Department, Office of Post-Secondary Education for a 
research grant for the period October 1, 1982 to June 30, 1983, 
Community College Centers, $4,868.00 

Equipment, Supplies § Services (Pages 8-18) 

CI - Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., less than $3,000 

C2 - Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc. , $3,000 or more 

C4 - Encumbrance for work by City Departments 

C16 - Authorizing adjustments of equipment inventory to reflect dis- 
mantling of equipment for parts 



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C18 - Acceptance of Gifts - Other Than Motor Vehicles 

C20 - Procurement of interpreter services for the deaf 

P ersonne l 

D - Classified Personnel, 811103D3-18 (Pages 19-28) 

F - Management Personnel, 811103F1-2 (Pages 29-30) 

G - Certificated Personnel, City College, 811103G1-10 (Pages 31-37) 

J - Certificated Personnel, Categorically Funded Programs, 

Centers Division, 811103-J1 (Pages 38-40) 
K - Certificated Personnel, Centers Division, 811102K1-17 (Pages 41-50) 
L - Tax Sheltered Annuities, 811103-L1 (Pages 51-52) 

Legal (Pages 53-57) 

Ql - Claim of Gloria J. Mitchell against the SFCCD - $40.00 

Q2 - Claim of Ava J. Smith against the SFCCD - $69.22 

Q3 - Claim of Christine Marie Winkler against the SFCCD - $40.00 

Q4 - Recommending settlement of Maria Julia Toth vs SFCCD, 
Superior Court No. 766-324, $11,500.00 

Q5 - Claim of Levasta H. Patton against the SFCCD - $8,852.82 
Recommending settlement of $4,000.00 

B uildings and Ground s rp ae e 58) 

Wl - Authorization to enter into a cooperative use agreement with 
Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church for the use of space by 
Alemany Community College Center 

VIII - Requests to Speak 

IX - Chancellor/Superintendent and Staff Reports 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811103-B1 

Authorizing contract with Dr. Gerald West, San Francisco 
State University, Counseling Department, as a consultant 
and Seminar presenter for the project "Inter-group and 
Cultural Communications Dynamics" Seminar for EOPS 
Counselors and Staff, City College, $1,500. 

President and Members: 

Under the Extended Opportunity Programs and Services, we request an 
authorization to contract with Dr. Gerald West of San Francisco State 
University, 1600 Holloway, San Francisco, California to conduct a five 
session professional growth Seminar. Dr. West will conduct participatory 
sessions covering the areas of stress control and burnout, Inter-group 
Cultural Communications Dynamics and team building. Each three-hour 
session will be conducted on a weekly designated date. The main thrust 
of these sessions will be successful interaction in the counselor/ student 
and counselor/counselor roles. The sessions will also concentrate on 
strengthening inter-group support in managing burnout and progressing as 
a viable working team. The projected dates for the five sessions will be 
during the weeks of November 9, 1981 through March 28, 1982 at a total 
cost of $1,500 for Seminar development, materials and the actual Seminar 
sessions, to be funded from the Extended Opportunity Programs and Services 
grant. 

The California Government Code Section 53060 reads in part as follows: 
"The legislative body of any public or municipal corporation or district may 
contract with and employ any persons for the furnishing to the corporation 
or district special services and advice in financial, economic, accounting, 
engineering, legal or administrative matters if such persons are specially 
trained and experienced and competent to perform the special services re- 
quired." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the SFCCD contract with Dr. Gerald West, San Francisco 
State University, 1600 Holloway, San Francisco, California, 
as a consultant and Seminar presenter for the project "Inter-group and 
Cultural Communications Dynamics" Seminar for EOPS Counselors and Staff 
for an amount not to exceed $1,500 as provided by Extended Opportunity 
Programs and Services funding, City College. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

the Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby 
authorized to execute such contract on behalf of the SFCCD. 



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Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Submitted by, 



William H. Chin 
EOPS Director 



Edward L. Davis 
Assistant Dean, Students 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811103-B2 

Appropriating an additional $14,026.00 from the California 
State Department of Education for the State Preschool 
Education Program for the fiscal year 1981-82, Community 
Col lege Centers. 

President and Members: 

On July 7, 1981, the Governing Board appropriated $233,759.00 for the 
operation of the State Preschool Program by the John Adams Community College 
Center. The purpose of the State Preschool Program Is to provide educational 
opportunities for 160 low Income 3.9 yrs. to 5 year old children and their 
parents. Families must meet the state guidelines for certification. 

We have been recently notified that an additional $14,026.00 has been 
made available for SFCCD's State Preschool Program. This sum represents 
a 6% cost of living adjustment to the Fiscal Year 1981-82. 

No District matching fund Is necessary. 

The following resolution Is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That In accordance with the Education Code, Section 85202, 

which provides that the governing board of any community 
college district may budget and use any unbudgeted income provided 
during the fiscal year from any source other than local property 
taxes or the State School Fund, the following General Fund Trust 
budget revision Is hereby authorized to cover the following project 
for the period July I, 1981 to June 30, 1982. 

State Income from State Sources 

Preschool Education Program $14,026. 

Expenditures 

State Preschool Program $14,026. 

FURTHER BE RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby authorized 
to execute all documents necessary to record this budget revision on 
the accounts of the Controller and the Community College District and 
to submit any and all reports required by the agreement In the adminis- 
tration of said program. 



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Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Submitted by, 



Maxwell Gillette 

Director 

John Adams Community College Center 



Hilary Hsu 
Director 

Business Services 
Community College Centers 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811103-B3 

Authorization to submit an application for funds 
to the U.S. Education Department, Office of Post- 
Secondary Education for a research grant for the 
period October 1, 1982 to June 30, 1983, Community 
College Centers, $4,868.00 

President and Members: 

The U.S. Education Department Administers a program called Faculty 
Research Abroad Program (CFDA 84.019), under Section 102 (b)(6) of the Mutual 
Educational and Cultural Exchange Act of 1961. Funds are given for Fulbright- 
Hays Training Grants for conducting research outside of the United States. 

Dr. Sava Ranisavljevic of the Downtown Community College Center would 
like to apply to the above mentioned program to conduct research entitled 
"The Judes - Spanish Plays of Laura Papo : Linguistic Tradition and Social Change." 
The purpose of this project is twofold: 

a) It would constitute an excellent opportunity for linguistic training 
that would augment the effectiveness of Dr. Ranisavljevic as a 
teacher of Spanish, and English as a Second Language; and increase 
his awareness of students' needs inherent in learning a new language. 

b) Ihe data obtained during the investigation would be utilized to 
provide appropriate historical, social, and linguistic contexts 
essential to the evaluation of the plays of Laura Papo, a Yugoslav 
playwright of Sephardic origin. The study would assess the cultural 
contribution made by a member of an ethnic minority to the general 
interest of a nation. 

There are no matching funds required. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice Chancellor, 

Business, are hereby authorized to prepare and submit a 
proposal for funds to the United States Education Department (CFDA 84.019), 
under Section 102 (b) (6) of the Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange 
Act of 1961 for the period October 1, 1982 to June 30, 1983, Community 
College Centers, $4,868.00- 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance ty: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Submitted by: 



Carlos Ramirez 
Vice President 
Instructional Services 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 
11/3/81 - B3 



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Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



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Honorable Govern I np, Hoard of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811103-C1 

Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
less than $3,000 

President and Members: 

Listed below are encumbrances for equipment, supplies, and services 
in individual amounts of less than $3,000.00. Investigation indicates that 
they are necessary for the conduct of the schools, and therefore are recom- 
mended for approval of the Governing Board. It is certified that the items 
listed below are in accord with Governing Board policy and that funds are 
available to cover payment. 

RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given for the procurement 

of the equipment, supplies, services, etc., totaling 
$47,127.20 i n individual amounts of less than $3,000.00 not hereto- 
fore approved as summarized and detailed below: 



PURCHASE ORDERS 



NUMBERS 



52496 
52665 
52703 
52767 



- 52500 



- 52769 



NUMBERS 




52787 - 


52790 


52804 - 


52805 


52823 - 


52825 


52849 - 


52850 



TOTAL 



$14,659.13 



TERM PURCHASE AGREEMENTS 



NUMBER 


AMOUNT 


1112-A 


$ 825.00 


1143-A 


300.00 


1146 


1,552.16 


1401-E 


900.00 


1412-E 


1,400.00 


1412-F 


800.00 



TOTAL 



$5,777.16 



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MINCKU.ANIiOU:; liNCUMi51<ANCIiS 



REVOLVING FUND VOUCHERS 



NUMBER 



AMOUNT 



1.019 


$ 3,138.12 


1.020 


3,895.86 


1.021 


1,560.38 


1.022 


4,466.49 


1.023 


2,879.23 


1.024 


5,789.16 


DIRECT 


PAYMENT VOUCHERS 


95 


$ 292.77 


96 


103.50 


97 


100.00 


98 


256.00 


99 


156.91 


103 


331.50 


104 


411.17 


105 


16.76 


106 


2,269.03 


108 


949.03 


112 


75.00 



Total $21,729.24 



Total 



$4,961.67 



TOTAL 



GRAND TOTAL 



$26,690.91 



$47,127.20 



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Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 






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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811103-C2 

Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
$3,000 or more 

President and Members: 

The following departmental requests for the purchase of supplies, 
equipment, and services have been received. Investigation indicates that they 
are necessary for the conduct of the schools, and therefore are recommended 
for approval by the Governing Board. It is certified that the items listed 
below are in accord with Governing Board policy and that funds are available 
to cover payment. 

RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given for the procurement 

of the equipment, supplies, services, etc. summarized 
below: 



REQUISITIONS FOR PURCHASE ORDERS 



NUMBER 


DIVISION 


DESCRIPTION 


0827 


Centers 


Chairs 


0826 


College 


Projectors 


0848 


College 


Videocassette Recorder 


0860 


Centers 


Locks 


0913 


College 


Videocassette Recorder 



TOTAL 



AMOUNT 
$11,055.00 
4,042.00 
4,047.00 
6,255.00 
6,284.00 
$31,883.00 



TERM PURCHASE AGREEMENTS 



NUMBER DIVISION DESCRIPTION 



AMOUNT 



1145 Centers Maintenance and Service on IBM Copier II 

TOTAL 



$3,600.00 
$3,600.00 



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DIRECT PAYMENT VOUCHERS 



NUMBER DIVISION DESCRIPTION 

100 College Funds in Extended Opportunity Programs & 

Services 

Federal Income Tax Deposit 

273,584 4-up Residential Cheshire List in 
Carrier Route Presort Sequence 

Federal Income Tax Deposit 

Postage for Bulk Mailing 

District Postage Stamps & Post Cards 

Federal Income Tax Deposit 

Federal Income Tax Deposit 

TOTAL 

GRAND TOTAL 



101 


District 


102 


District 


107 


District 


109 


District 


110 


District 


111 


District 


113 


District 



AMOUNT 

$ 15,000.00 
49,772.43 

4,887.62 

18,054.12 

5,225.00 

4,307.08 

10,120.13 

11,506.46 

$118,872.84 

$154,355.84 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811103-CA 

Encumbrance for work by City Departments 



President and Members: 

Listed below is an encumbrance in connection with the maintenance 
and repair of San Francisco Community College District facilities. Investiga- 
tion indicates that the work is necessary and desirable for the conduct of the 
schools, and therefore it is recommended for approval of the Governing Board. 

RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given for the services 

indicated as listed and that authority be and is hereby 

given for the encumbrance of funds against the budget for these 
purposes: 



Work Order 



Description 



Amount 



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SFCCD Appn. CI 6510 56021 



MAINTENANCE & REPAIR 
CONTRACTS - EQUIPMENT 



Services of the Purchaser's Central Shops for maintenance 
and repair of automotive equipment, to include coverage 
for replacement of tires, City College, as needed during 
the period 7/1/81 - 12/31/81. 

Revised Amount $6,000.00 

Less Previous Work Order 5,000.00 
This Work Order 



$1,000.00 



36 SFCCD Appn. CI 6510 43000 SUPPLIES 

Use of Purchaser's Central Shops Gas Stations for purchase 
of gas and oil during the period 7/1/81 - 12/31/81. 

Revised Amount $3,200.00 

Less Previous Work Order 2,000.00 
This Work Order 



$1,200.00 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811103-C16 

Authorizing adjustment of equipment inventory to reflect 
dismantling of equipment for parts 

President and members: 

Alemany Community College Center has in its equipment inventory 
16 audiovisual equipment items that are more than 10 years old. Radiologic 
Technology-Diagnostic, and Physics Departments at City College have 2 X-ray 
equipment items and a laser equipment item, respectively, that are also more 
than 10 years old. These equipment items are in disrepair, but are no longer 
worth fixing, or the cost of repairs would exceed their values. 



parts. 



It is recommended that the equipment items be dismantled for spare 



The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 



RESOLVED: That the following equipment items be removed from the 
SFCCD equipment inventory, and be dismantled for spare 
parts: 

Acq. Original 
Asset // Description Mf r . /Model Serial # Date Cost 



Alemany 


CCC 














027997 


Tape 


Recorder, 


Reel 


Voice of Music 


E361789 


1-70 


$ 229 


027996 


Tape 


Recorder, 


Reel 


Voice of Music 


E361739 


1-70 


229 


027995 


Tape 


Recorder, 


Reel 


Voice of Music 


E361798 


1-70 


229 


027936 


Tape 


Recorder, 


Reel 


Voice of Music 


C120308 


1-70 


229 


027971 


Tape 


Recorder, 


Reel 


Webster 500 


1452 


1-70 


229 


027990 


Tape 


Recorder, 


Reel 


Calif one 70-TC 


301318460 


1-70 


229 


027993 


Tape 


Recorder, 


Reel 


Telectro 1985 


A239030 


1-70 


229 


027972 


Tape 


Recorder, 


Reel 


Califone 70-TC 


301318459 


1-70 


229 


027386 


Tape 


Recorder, 


Reel 


Wollensak T-3000 


3025074 


1-65 


196 


032012 


Headphones 




ATC 




1-70 


63 


027979 


Headphones 




ATC 




1-70 


63 


032013 


Headphones 




ATC 




1-70 


63 


027989 


Headphones 




ATC 




1-70 


63 


027994 


Headphones 




ATC 




1-70 


63 


027699 


Screen, Projector 






1-70 


42 


027832 


Projector, Overhead 


Vu-Graph 6600 


H9796 


1-70 


141 


Radiolog 


;ic Technology-Diagnostic 









001637 X-ray Generator GE 90 
001645 X-ray Tube GE 11AA22 



1-65 744 
601184 1-70 2,327 



Physics 

008102 Laser 14" 



PASCO 059101 



1-70 



122 



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Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811103-C18 

Acceptance of Gifts - Other Than Motor Vehicles 

President and Members: 

California Education Code Section 72241 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may accept on behalf 
of, and in the name of, the district such gifts, donations, bequests, and 
devises as are made to the district for community college purposes or to or 
for the benefit of any community college administered by the district. Such 
gifts, donations, bequests, and devises may be made subject to such conditions 
or restrictions as the governing board may prescribe. In no event shall the 
approval of any state agency be a prerequisite to acceptance of such a gift, 
donation, bequest, or devise. No real or personal property including money, 
accepted by a governing board pursuant to this section shall be considered 
in determining the eligibility of the district for an apportionment from the 
State School Fund nor in determining the amount thereof." 

SFCCD Policy Manual 8.08 Acceptance of Gifts provides that 
(1) motor vehicles, (2) aircraft, (3) cash, (4) securities, (5) precious 
stones, (6) precious metals, and (7) goods other than (1) to (6) above, with 
a market value exceeding $500.00 be accepted by the SFCCD by a Governing 
Board resolution. 

From time to time an item is offered as a gift to the SFCCD to be 
used for educational purposes. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

WHEREAS: The SFCCD has been tendered the following items as gifts: 

Item No. 1 

Description: Approximately 6,000 volumes of 

novels, reference books, and magazines 
Donor: Sister Bernadette Julie 

Sisters of Notre Dame 

164 Brooklawn Avenue 

Daly City, California 94015 
Market Value Declared by Donor: Over $1,000 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: None 

WHEREAS: Mr. Hilary Hsu, Director, Centers Business Services, 
declares that the gift, Item No. 1, will enhance the 
Library at John Adams Community Colelge Center, and recommends 
acceptance of the gift, now 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: That the gift described above be 

gratefully accepted by the Governing 
Board of the San Francisco Community College District for and in 
the name of the San Francisco Community College District. 



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FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That upon transfer of legal title of the 

gift described above, the Secretary of 
the Governing Board is directed to notify the donor of the 
acceptance of the gift by the Governing Board. 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811103-C20 

Procurement of interpreter services for the deaf 

President and Members: 

Listed below are independent contractors who will provide inter- 
preter services for the deaf. Services consist of translation from English 
to sign language and from sign language to English. Funds for these services 
are available and have been encumbered on Term Purchase Agreement. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That Resolution No. 810915-C20 be amended in part 
as follows: 

College Division 

1. Kathleen Crawford 

From September 1, 1981 to June 30, 1982 

15 hours per week @ $6.00 per hour $2,880.00 

To September 1, 1981 to January 31, 1982 

15 hours per week, 160 hours @ $6.00 per hour $960.00 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given for 

the procurement of interpreter services 
for the deaf as enumerated below: 

College Division 

2. Eliot Helman 

From: September 1, 1981 to January 31, 1982 

8 hours per week, 80 hours @ $6.00 per hour $480.00 

3. Jennifer E. Lane 

From: September 1, 1981 to January 31, 1982 

8 hours per week, 34 hours @ $7.50 per hour $255.00 

4. Cynthia Burgess 

From: September 1, 1981 to January 31, 1982 

8 hours per week, 20 hours @ $7.50 per hour $150.00 

5. Jill Hartman 

From: September 1, 1981 to January 31, 1982 

8 hours per week, 12 hours @ $7.50 per hour $90.00 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Vice Chancellor, Business is hereby 

authorized to execute all documents necessary 
for the procurement of and payment for these interpreter services. 



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Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



11/3/81 - C20 Page 2 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolutions No. 811103-D3 to 811103-D18 
Classified Personnel 

President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 811103-D3 to 811103-D18 cover routine appointments, 
appointments college aides, transfers college aides, releases, remove name from 
records, amendment appointments, amendment leave and change of status, all in ac- 
cordance with the Civil Service procedures of the City and County of San Francisco, 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption: 

Submitted by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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APPOINTMENTS 



8L1103-D3 RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed for temporary 

duty, location and effective dates as shown below: 



Name 

TOM, Jasmine 
OBERZEIR, Mary 
DUNN, Richard 
GOBERT, Rhonda 
NG, May Lim 
YEN, Patrick H. 



Class 

1406 Sr. Clerk 

1424 Clerk Typist, 

P.T. 
1650 Accountant 

1720 Data Entry 

Operator 
1720 Data Entry 

Operator 
1872 Programmer 

Analyst 



Location 



Effective 



Salary 



J. Adams CCC 10/21/81-06/30/82 $503 BW 

Career 10/07/81-11/17/81 $5.8125 H 

Guidance 

City College 10/07/81-06/30/82 $605 BW 

City College 10/07/81-06/30/82 $453 BW 

City College 10/07/81-06/30/82 $5.6625 H 

CC Centers 10/14/81-06/30/82 $807 BW 



811103-D4 RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed for temporary 

Exempt Civil Service duty, not to exceed 70 hours or $409.00 
per month, location and effective dates as shown below: 



Name 

GIANELLI, Zaida 
BROWN, Sue 
MIOFSKY, Irene 
LEE, Dorothy 
CHEN, Ju Chow 
JEAN, Bogard 
SMITH, Scott B. 



Class 



1404 Clerk, P.T, 



Location 



Effective 



Salary 



Alemany CCC 10/07/81-06/30/82 $5.6000 H 



< 



J. O'Connell 10/07/81-06/30/82 $5.8125 H 
CCC 

10/07/81-06/30/82 $5.8125 H 



1624 Clerk Typist, 

P.T. 
1424 Clerk Typist, Alemany CCC 

P.T. 
1426 Sr. Clerk Mission CCC 

Typist, P.T. 
3591 College Aide, Alemany CCC 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, City College 10/05/81-06/21/82 $5.1375 H 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, Galileo CCC 

P.T. 



09/09/81-06/21/82 $6.3730 H 
10/06/81-06/30/82 $3.5700 H 



10/13/81-06/30/82 $5.1375 H 



APPOINTMENTS 
COLLEGE AIDES 



811103-D5 



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RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed temporary 

3591 College Aide, City College, WORK STUDY PROGRAM, Salary 
at the rate of $3.57 per hour, effective on dates as shown below: 



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APPOINTMENTS 
COLI.F.r.K AIDES 

811103-D5 (Continued) 

Name 

DU, Hoang M. 
HALL, Steve S. 



Effective 

09/23/81-06/30/82 
09/09/81-06/30/82 



Name 

THOMPSON, Ronald 
WONG, Fritz F. 



Effective 

09/23/81-06/30/82 
09/23/81-06/30/82 



811103-D6 RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed 3591 College 

Aide, City College, temporary Exempt Civil Service duty, 
REGULAR PROGRAM, (Lab. Attendants), salary at the rate of $3.57 per 
hour not to exceed $409.00 or 70 hours per month, effective on dates 
as shown below: 



Name 

HUNTINGTON, Cynthia 
JUNG, Lester 



Effective 

09/09/81-06/30/82 
09/23/81-06/30/82 



Name 

PARRA, Lorraine 
SHAH, Tushar K. 



Effective 

09/09/81-06/30/82 
09/23/81-06/30/82 



TRANSFERS 
COLLEGE AIDES 



811103-D7 RESOLVED: That the following 3591 College Aides, temporary Civil 

Service employees, assigned to City College WORK STUDY PROGRAM 
be transferred to REGULAR PROGRAM, effective on dates as shown below: 



Name 

LAW, Iris 
WONG, Ronald 



Effective 

09/23/81 
09/23/81 



RELEASES 



811103-D8 RESOLVED: 



Name 

MONCHAKSH, Jacob 

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That the following temporary persons be released close 
of day on dates as shown below: 



Class 

2615 School Lunchroom 
Helper, P.T. 



Location 



City College 



Effective 



07/31/81 



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RELEASES 

811103-D8 (Continued) 

Name Class 



SLIMMER, Mark 
GEISLER, Barbara R. 
PYLES, Joseph 



2615 School Lunchroom 

Helper, P.T. 
3538 TLA Language Lab., 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 



Location 
City College 
Mission CCC 
Mission CCC 



Effective 
07/31/81 
06/15/81 
06/15/81 



811103-D9 



Name 



RESOLVED: That the following Exempt Civil Service persons be released 

from their temporary appointments close of day on dates as 
shown below: 



GONZALES, Sonia 
AHMED, Habiba 
MIOFSKY, Irene 
LI, Geraldine N. 
HANKINS, David R. 
KWOK, Sally W. 
TOM, Jasmine 
UTEVSKY, Judith A. 
NG, May Lim 
CHASE, Kathleen 
GONZALEZ, Anna 
COLLINS, Forrest C. 
FONG, Verena 
GIANELLI, Zaida 
GORNEY, Elizabeth M. 
HANSEN, Mary A. 

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Class 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 
1404 Clerk, P.T. 
1404 Clerk, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 



Location 
Career Guidance 
City College 
Alemany CCC 
District Office 
Galileo CCC 
Chinatown 
J. Adams CCC 
Labor Education 



1720 Data Entry Operator, City College 

P.T. 
2615 School Lunchroom 

Helper, P.T. 
2615 School Lunchroom 

Helper, P.T. 
3591 College Aide, P.T. 



3591 College Aide, P.T. 

3591 College Aide, P.T. 

3591 College Aide, P.T. 

3591 College Aide, P.T. 



City College 

(Cafeteria) 
City College 

(Cafeteria) 
City College 

(Cafeteria) 
City College 

(Cafeteria) 
Alemany CCC 

Alemany CCC 

City College 
(Cafeteria) 



Effective 

10/15/81 

09/09/81 

10/06/81 

08/18/81 

12/18/80 

10/13/81 

10/20/81 

10/06/81 

10/06/81 

06/30/81 

06/30/81 

06/30/81 

06/30/81 

10/06/81 

08/21/81 

06/30/81 



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RELEASES 

811103-D9 (Continued) 
m Name 

HOGUE, Greg 

HOLMES, Madeline V. 

ILNICKI, Donald T. 

ISSEL, David W. 

MISHIRKY, Antoinette 

MOORE, Michelle M. 

PARETCHAN, Mark S. 

PEREZ, Geraldine M. 

REGAN, Michael 

ROMAN, Enrique 

TRULL I, Thomas 

VALIENTE, Ernesto M. 
fc WONG, Frank 

YEE, Calvin 

GUTHRIE, Vernell 

LOPEZ, Isabel 

HOVEY, Rebecca 

RIEDER, Naomi 



Class 






Location 


Effective 


3591 College 


Aide, 


P.T. 


City College 
(Cafeteria) 


06/30/80 


3591 College 


Aide, 


P.T. 


City College 
(Cafeteria) 


06/30/81 


3591 College 


Aide, 


P.T. 


City College 
(Cafeteria) 


06/30/81 


3591 College 


Aide, 


P.T. 


City College 
(Cafeteria) 


06/30/80 


3591 College 


Aide, 


P.T. 


Alemany CCC 


09/22/81 


3591 College 


Aide, 


P.T. 


City College 
(Cafeteria) 


06/30/81 


3591 College 


Aide, 


P.T. 


City College 
(Cafeteria) 


06/30/80 


3591 College 


Aide, 


P.T. 


J. O'Connell 


09/04/81 


3591 College 


Aide, 


P.T. 


City College 
(Cafeteria) 


06/30/81 


3591 College 


Aide, 


P.T. 


City College 
(Cafeteria) 


06/30/81 


3591 College 


Aide, 


P.T. 


City College 
(Cafeteria) 


06/30/81 


3591 College 


Aide, 


P.T. 


City College 
(Cafeteria) 


06/30/80 


3591 College 


Aide, 


P.T. 


City College 
(Cafeteria) 


06/30/80 


3591 College 


Aide, 


P.T. 


Chinatown CCC 


09/08/81 


3597 School Aide II, P.T. 


Mission CCC 


06/15/81 


3597 School Aide II, P.T. 


Mission CCC 


06/15/81 


3598 School Aide III, 
P.T. 
3598 School AIDE III, 


Mission CCC 


06/14/81 


Galileo CCC 


10/02/81 



P.T. 



REMOVE NAME 
FROM RECORDS 

811103-D10 RESOLVED: That the name of Herbert L. POTEET, 1842 Management 

Assistant on permanent duty at CC Centers Division, be 
removed from the records close of day 10/06/81 due to a transfer to 
Tax Collector's Office. 

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AMENDMENT 
APPOINTMENT 



811103-D11 RESOLVED 



That the appointment of Frank AVALOS, temporary 3591 College 
Aide, P.T., under REGULAR PROGRAM, on Resolution No. 811020-D7 
effective 09/23/81 be amended to be effective 09/09/81. 



AMENDMENT 
APPOINTMENT 

811103-D12 RESOLVED: That the appointment of Myrna FARSAI, temporary 3591 College 

Aide, P.T., under REGULAR PROGRAM, on Resolution No. 811006-D7 
effective 08/26/81 be amended to be effective 07/01/81. 



AMENDMENT 
APPOINTMENT 



811103-D13 



RESOLVED: That the appointment of Hoi-Ming HO, temporary 3591 College 

Aide, P.T., under REGULAR PROGRAM, on Resolution No. 811020-D7 
effective 09/09/81 be amended to read under WORK STUDY PROGRAM. 



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AMENDMENT 
LEAVE 

811103-D14 RESOLVED: That the leave of absence of Miriam SMITH, permanent 2709 

School Custodian, on Resolution No. 811006-D13 effective 
09/08/81 be amended to be effective 06/08/81. 



CHANGE OF STATUS 

811103-D15 RESOLVED: That Lise F. CHANSIN, temporary 1424 Clerk Typist assigned 

to City College, be released cod 10/06/81; and that effective 
10/07/81 she be appointed permanent 1424 Clerk Typist, subjec to the 
usual probationary period, assigned to the same department. 



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CHANGE OF STATUS 

811103-D16 RESOLVEE: That Anne N. DOWD, temporary 1487 Financial Aids Assistant 

assigned to City College, be released cod 10/20/81; 
(permanent B512) and that effective 10/21/81 she be appointed permanent 1487 
Financial Aids Assistant, subject to the usual probationary period, 
assigned to the same department. 



CHANGE OF STATUS 

811103-D17 RESOLVED: That Joseph B. TANIZAWA, temporary 1487 Financial Aids 

Assistant assigned to City College, be released cod 10/20/81; 
and that effective 10/21/81 he be appointed permanent 1487 Financial 
Aids Assistant, subject to the usual probationary period, assigned to 
the same department. 



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CHANGE OF STATUS 

811103-D18 RESOLVED: That Shirley BARGER, temporary 1872 Programmer Analyst 

assigned to City College, be released cod 10/06/81; and that 
effective 10/07/81 she be appointed permanent 1872 Programmer Analyst, 
subject to the usual probationary period, assigned to the same 
department. 



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11/03/81 



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SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 

Classified Employees 
(Includes Permanent, Temporary & Part-time) 
New Employees Ethnic Survey 
As of November 3, 1981 



1 


H 


F 


1 


W 


F 


1 


B 


F 


1 


W 


F 


1 


W 


M 


1 


B 


F 


1 


A/PI 


M 


1 


B 


F 


1 


W 


M 



140A Clerk, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1426 Sr. Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1650 Accountant 

1720 Data Entry Operator 

1872 Programmer Analyst 

3598 School Aide III, P.T. 

3598 School Aide III, P.T. 



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SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY coli.ixi; DISTRICT 

classified employees 

(Inc)udcu remanent, Temporary I P.trt-Tinc) 
ETHNIC SURVEY 
£S *OF November 3, 1981 

* • 

KinrBER OF ECTLOYEFS 



• 


White 


Black 


Hispanic 


Asian 
Pac. Ts. 


FiliDino 


Am. Ind. 
Ak.' Nat. 


Total 


Male 


• 127 


85 


37 


64 


29 




342 


Female 


195 


• 70 - 


56 


93 


32 


1 


447 


Total 


322 


155 


93 


157 


61 


1 


789 



PERCENTAGE 



m 


White 


Black 


Hisoanic 


Asian 
Pac. Is. 


Filioino 


Am. Ind; 
Ak. Nat. 


Total 


Male 


16.1 


10.8 


4.7 


8.1 


3.6 


- ■ — ■ 


43.3 


Fercale 


24.7 


8.9 


7.1 * 


11.8 


4.7 


.1 


56.7 


Total 


40.8 

,__ _ .. . 


19.7 


: 1 

11.8 


.' 19.9- 


7.7 


,1 


100.0* 





VThitf 


D1,^V 


Hi.-.rvinfr 


Asian 

P.ic. Is. 


Am. Ind. 
AV. K.-.r. 


Other 


Total 


SF -19S0 
Census 


45. 9Z 


12. 7Z 


12. 3Z 


21. 7Z 


0-5%' 


6.9Z 


100.01 



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Tac. Is. - Pacific Islander 
Am. Ind. - American Ind inn 
Ak. Nat. - Alnr.knn Native 



i 



i 



SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 

CALSSIFJED employees 
(Includes Permanent, Temporary & Part-Time) 
ETHNIC SURVEY 
AS OF November 18, 1980 

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 





White 


Black 


Hispanic 


Asian 
Pac. Ts. 


Filipino 


Am. Ind . 
Ak. Nat. 


Total 


Male 


125 


*• 87 


35 


51 


22 




320 


Female 


209 


66 


47 


80 


1 

34 


2 


438 


Total 


334 


153 


82 


131 


56 


2 


758 



PERCENTAGE 





White 


Black 


Hisnanic 


Asian 

Pac. Is. 


Filipino 


Am. Inc. 

Ak. Nat. 


Total 


Male 


16.5 


11.5 


4.6 


6.7 


2.9 




42.2 


Female 


27.6 


8.7 


6.2 


10.5 


4.5 


.3 


57.8 


Total 


44.1 


20.2 


10.8 • 


17.2 


7.4 


.3 


100.0 





White 


Blade 




Asian 

Pnc. Is. 


Am. Ind. 
Ak. Nat. 


Other 


Total 


1 SF -19S0 
1 Census 


45.92 


12. 7Z 


12.32 


21.72 


0.5Z' 


6.92 


100.02 



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Pac. Ts. 

Am. Ind. 
Ak. Nat. 



Pacific Islander 
American Indian • 
Alaskan Native 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811103-F1 
Management Personnel 
San Francisco Community College District 

President and Members: 

Resolution No. 811103-F1 covers a management personnel item for 
City College of San Francisco. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective February 8, 1982, through August 19, 1982, 

(110 service days), WILLIS F. KIRK, Associate Dean, Guidance 
Services, City College of San Francisco, be granted sabbatical leave 
for Special Project. 

Submitted by, 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College of San Francisco 



Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 

Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor / Superintendent 



11/03/81-F1 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811103-F2 
Management Personnel 
San Francisco Community College District 



President and Members: 

Resolution No. 811103-F2 covers a management personnel item for 
the San Francisco Community College Centers Division. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective February 8, 1982, through August 19, 1982, 

(110 service days), THOMAS R. HENDERSON, Director, 
Community College Skills Center, be granted sabbatical leave for study. 



Submitted by, 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers Division 



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Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/ Superintendent 



11/03/81 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 



Subject: Resolutions No. 811103G1-G10 

Certificated Personnel, City College Division 



President and Members 



Resolutions No. 811103G1-G10 cover certificated personnel 
items for the City College Division. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Juanita U. Pascual 
Vice President 
Administrative Services 



Recommended for Adoption 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chance 11 or /Superintendent 



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Kenneth S. Washington 
President 



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811103-G1 

Hourly 

Teaching 

Appointments 

Fall Semester 

1981 



RESOLVED: That the following named instructors be appointed 
to teach for the number of hours per week set opposite their names 
during the Fall Semester, 1981. Unless otherwise indicated, the 
effective dates for Day and Evening hours are September 9, 1981 
through January 29, 1982. Salary shall be in accordance with the 
current salary schedule, instructional rate: 



Name 

+BRONGEL, RICHARD 
*DEN BROEDER, JANET 
+GORHAM, PEGGY 
+HAM, RICHARD 

HOLMGREN, NANCY 
*INSERTO, FLORENCIA 
♦JORDAN, ALFREDO 

LOWOOD, JENNIFER 



Department 


Day 
Hours 


Eve/Sat 
Hours 


Total 
Weekly 


Engineering 

English 

Music 


6 
3 

7.5 




6 
3 

7.5 


Photography 

Nursing 

P. E. South 


3 

18 

4 




3 

18 

4 


Foreign Language 
Study Center 


9 


3 


3 
9 



Effective 
Dates 



10/8/81-1/29/82 
11/2-12/18/81 
9/11/81-1/29/82 
11/10/81-1/20/82 



12/1/81-1/22/82 



811103-G2 
Changes in 
Hourly 
Appointments 
Fall 1981 



RESOLVED: That the following changes in hourly teaching 
appointments be noted. Unless otherwise indicated, the effective 
dates for Day and Evening hours are September 9, 1981 through 
January 29, 1982. Salary shall be in accordance with the current 
salary schedule, instructional rate: 



Name 



Department 



Change effective date 

KALA, FLORDELIZA From Career Dev, 

and Career Dev. 

and Career Dev. 

and Career Dev. 

To Career Dev. 

and Career Dev. 

and Career Dev. 

and Career Dev, 



Increase 
COCHENNEC, MATHIEU 



EARGLE, DOLAN 



+GROTHKOPP, WILLIAM 



From Hotel § Rest, 
To Hotel & Rest 
and Hotel § Rest 

From Chemistry 
To Chemistry 

From Music 
To Music 
and Music 



Day 


Eve/Sat 


Total 


Effective 


Hours 


Hours 
2 


Weekly 
2 


Dates 




9/9-9/17/81 




2 


2 


9/12-9/21/81 




2 


2 


11/4/81-1/20/82 




2 


2 


11/14/81-1/23/82 




2 


2 


9/9-9/17/81 




2 


2 


9/12-10/31/81 




2 


2 


11/4/81-1/20/82 




2 


2 


11/14/81-1/25/82 




2 


2 






2 


2 




24 




24 


11/5/81-1/21/82 




6 


6 




3 


6 


9 






3 


3 






3 


3 




7.5 




7.5 


11/2-12/18/81 



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*New hourly instructor- -appointment contingent upon possession and 

recordation of an appropriate California Community College Credential 
+Regular full time instructor- -extra pay. 



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811103-G2 (continued) 



Name 



Department 



Day Eve/Sat Total Effective 
Hours Hours Weekly Dates 



Increase 
HSU, WE I -JANE 



From English 
To English 



6 6 

9 9 



10/8/81-1/29/82 



ROHDE, JOHN 



ROTH, BENJAMIN 



From English 
To English 

From Business 
To Business 



10/14/81-1/29/82 



Cancel 

ECHOLS, DOUGLAS 
FEMENIA, CAROL 
HOWE, KENNETH 



Business 

Nursing 

English 



3 

18 

6 



10/13/81 
11/10/81 
10/7/81 



811103-G3 

Name 

Changes 



RESOLVED: That the following name changes be noted for 
payroll purposes: 



From 

COCHENNEC, HENRI 
MI LNER- BROWN, H. S. 
QUAN-ONG, NORMA 
SARAF, IRVING 



To 

COCHENNEC, MATHIEU H. 
MI LNER- BROWN, S. H. 
ONG, NORMA QUAN 
SARAF, ITZHAC IRVING 



811103-G4 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



RESOLVED: That resolution 810915-G9, After School Activities, 
Physical Education, South, be amended in part as follows: 



Instructor Activity 

Increase 

DIAZ, EDWARD Football 

GREGGAINS, RAYMOND Football 

+HAYES, DANIEL Football 

PARODI, MICHAEL Football 

Add 

*INSERT0, FLORENCIA Football 



Total Hours 



from 125 to 140 

from 65 ;to 85 

from 125 to 160 

from 15 to 35 



20 



Delete 
PARRISH, DANIEL 



Football 



110 



*New hourly instructor. 

+Regular full time instructor—extra pay, 



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811103-G5 
Authorization 
to Teach in 
a Minor Field 



RESOLVED: That for the Academic Year, 1981-82, SCHOENFELD, 
ELI, be authorized to teach courses in the subject matter area 
of Hebrew, his minor field. Authority: Section 87277(c), 
California Education Code. 



811103-G6 
Authorization 
to Teach in 
a Minor Field 



RESOLVED: That for the Academic Year, 1981-82, HORI, ROSIE 
MIYEKO, be authorized to teach courses in the subject matter area 
of Japanese, her minor field. Authority: Section 87277(c), 
California Education Code. 



811103-G7 
Retirement 
State 
System 



RESOLVED: That recognition be given of the intent to 
retire through the State Teachers' Retirement System of the 
following named certificated personnel on January 29, 1982, 
close of day: 



Name 

MEAD, EUGENE 



Department 
Behavioral Science 



811103-G8 
Concert/ 
Lecture 
Series 



Concerts 



RESOLVED: That the following named individuals be appointed 
for the dates shown and be granted the honorarium indicated: 

Performer: Susan Smith 

Date: November 17, 1981--11:00 a.m. 

Location: Choral Room, A133 

Honorarium: $100 

Concert: Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano 



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Jazz and classical flautist Susan Yael Smith and pianist Mark 
Bruce have been performing around the Bay Area for the past 
five years, including recitals at Fort Mason, the Palo Alto 
Cultural Center and City College. 



Performer : 
Date: 
Location: 
Honorarium : 
Concert : 



Don Horner 

December 1, 1981 

Choral Room, A133 

$75 

Duo Recital 



Bassoonist Don Horner and pianist Michael Furnoy are music in- 
structors and experienced performers who have performed widely 
in the Bay Area. 






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811103-G8 Lecturer: Audrey Keller 

(continued) Date: December 2, 1981--12:00 

Location: To be announced 

Honorarium: $150 

Lectures Subject: Fashion History 

Audrey Keller of Palo Alto will present a one-woman show, "What 
Ever Happened to Haute Couture", highlighting wearable art viewed 
from the perspective of sytles over the past 125 years. Fashions 
will be demonstrated in both slides and modeling of unusual pieces 
of clothing. 



811103-G9 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



Name 



RESOLVED: That resolution 810901-G7, Additional Hours of 
Service, Department Heads, be amended in part as follows: 



Department 



Day Eve/Sat Total Effective 
Hours Hours Weekly Dates 



Add 

NAGER, SANDRA 



Consumer Arts 



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811103-G10 

Hourlv 

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Substitutes 



RESOLVED: That the following named certificated personnel 
be appointed to serve as hourly substitutes for absent instructors 
for the Academic Year 1981-82. Salary shall be in accordance with 
the current salary schedule, instructional rate: 

Name 

ANDERSON, KEITH 
DABBEEKEH, NABIH 
KUEHN, ROBERT 
0' BOYLE, CECILE 



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City College of San Francisco 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811103-J1 
Certificated Personnel 
Categorically Funded Programs 
Community College Centers 

President and Members: 

Resolution No. 811103- Jl covers certificated personnel 
items in categorically funded programs for the Community College Centers. 
Services are required and funds have been provided by the grantor for each 
of the categorically funded program appointments. 

California Education Code Section 87470 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may employ persons 
possessing an appropriate credential as certificated employees in programs 
and projects to perform services conducted under contract with public or 
private agencies, or other categorically funded projects of indeterminate 
duration. The terms and conditions under which such persons are employed 
shall be mutually agreed upon by the employee and the governing board and 
such agreement shall be reduced to writing. Service pursuant to this section 
shall not be included in computing the service required as a prerequisite 
to attainment of, or eligibility to, classification as a regular employee 
of a community college district..." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 

Recommended for adoption: 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancel lor /Superintendent 

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San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolutions No. 811103-K1 to 811103-K17 
Certificated Personnel 
Community College Centers 

President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 811103-K1 to 811103-K17 cover certificated 
personnel items for the Community College Centers. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Recommended for adoption: 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
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Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor /Superintendent 



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COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



8111Q3-K5 
Amendment 

NAME 

Grant, Paul 
Kalir, Dalia 



RESOLVED: That the following resolutions, 
pertaining to Temporary Appointments, be amended 
to show the beginning dates of the Appointments 
for the following employees. 



CENTER 

20 J. Adams 

11 Alemany 



RESOLUTION 

811020-K1 

810818-K1 



DATES SHOWN 

10/27/81 

9/21/81 



SHOULD BE 

10/26/81 

9/14/81 



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811103-K6 
Amendment 



NAME 



Gerughty, Thomas 



RESOLVED: That the following resolution, 
pertaining to Temporary Appointments, be amended 
to show the ending date of the Appointment for 
the following employee. 



CENTER 



29 Downtown 



RESOLUTION 



811020-K6 



DATE SHOWN 



11/5/81 



SHOULD BE 



11/12/81 



811103-K7 
Ins true t ional 
Programs 



811103-K8 



RESOLVED: That the following instructional programs 
be approved and given at the locations shown. For admin- 
istrative purposes, the following programs are attached to 
Career Guidance Experimental Programs. 

Class: Women's Studies-Working Women 

Location: 31 Gough St. 

Instructor: Nancy Swadesh 

No. of Sessions: 8 

Hours per Session: 2 

Fee per Session: $50.00 

Period of Time: 10/26/81-12/14/81 

Group Leader: Gail Shak 

Class: Women's Studies-Working Women 

Location: Womens Bldg. - 3543 18th St. 

Instructor: Nancy Swadesh 

No. of Sessions: 6 

Hours per Session: 2 

Fee per Session: $50.00 

Period of Time: 11/5/81-12/17/81 

Group Leader: Gail Shak 



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COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



811103-K9 
Amendment 



RESOLVED: That the following instructional 
program attached to John Adams Community College 
Center, be amended as shown. 



Resolution No. - 811006-K8 



ADD TO: Group Leaders: Allen Buchwald 



811103-K10 
Amendment 



RESOLVED: That Resolution No, 811006-K1, 
pertaining to Temporary Appointments, be amended 
in part only to correct the name shown as 
DOROTHY OTTERMAN to DOROTHY OTTERSON, Galileo 
Community College Center. 



811103-K11 
Change of 
Name 



811103-K12 
Extension of 
Leave of 
Absence 



811103-K13 
Assignment 
Long-Term 
Substitute 



811103-K14 
Reclassification 



RESOLVED: That the name of REVA SIEGAL, 
Hourly Instructor, Downtown Community College Center 
of the Community College Centers Division, be changed 
to REVA SIEGAL SHAPIRO, effective October 21, 1981. 

RESOLVED: That effective September 8, 1981 thru 
January 29, 1982, EUGENIA YAVORSKY, Schedule I Instructor, 
Downtown Community College Center be granted an Extension 
of her Leave of Absence from her position; reason: 
Personal Business, leave without pay. 

RESOLVED: That effective November 2, 1981 thru 
January 29, 1982, KATHLEEN BERKOV, be assigned as a 
Temporary Schedule I Long-Term Substitute at Downtown 
Community College Center, in the absence of EUGENIA 
YAVORSKY on leave of absence; subject ESL. Salary 
shall be in accordance with the 1981-82 salary schedule. 

RESOLVED: That effective October 1, 1981, 
FRANCENE LUM, Schedule I Instructor, Downtown Community 
College Center, be and is hereby reclassified as 
Schedule II Instructor, Downtown Community College 
Center; subject ESL. Salary shall be in accordance 
with the 1981-82 salary schedule. 



811103-K15 

Instructional 

Programs 



RESOLVED: That the following instructional 
program be approved and given at the location shown. 
For administrative purposes, the following program 
is attached to Labor Studies Program. 



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Class: Collective Bargaining 

Location: 450 Harrison St. 

Instructor: Sue Cobble 

No. of Sessions: 5 

Hours per Session: 2 

Fee per Session: 3 @ $50.00 each, 1 @ $40.00, 1 @$30.00 

Period of Time: 11/2/81-11/23/81 

Group Leaders: Lou Goldblatt, Leon Olsen 



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COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



811103-K16 
Amendment 



I 



RESOLVED: That the following instructional program 
attached to Mission Community College Center, be amended 
as shown . 



Resolution No. 811006-K1 
CANCEL: Nicole Myers - 10/1/81 
ADD: Jay Azarow - 10/1/81 



811103-K17 
Rescission 



RESOLVED: That effective on dates shown by Board 
Resolution No. 810901-K1, pertaining to the Temporary 
Appointment of CHARLES BUCKLEY, be rescinded and he 
be reappointed by Board Resolution No. 811103- Jl. 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811103-L1 

Amending employment contract for the purpose of 

a) purchasing tax sheltered annuities, or 

b) contributing to tax sheltered custodial accounts, 

for those employees requesting such purchases ° r contributions 

Presidnet and Members: 

The Governing Board by Resolution No. 791120-B1 has made available 
to its employees the provisions of Section 403(b) of the U. S. Internal Revenue 
Code of 1954 as amended, and Section 17512 of the California Revenue and Taxa- 
tion Code. 

Employees of the San Francisco Community College District may enter 
into an amendment of their employment contracts for the purpose of effecting a 
reduction in the salaries paid to such employees, and that for each employee 
who voluntarily elects to accept such reduction in his or her salary, the San 
Francisco Community College District shall, as directed by such employee, a) 
purchase, with an amount equal to the reduction in salary, a nontransferable 
annuity contract issued by an insurance company selected by the employee, in 
which the employee's rights are nonforfeitable except for failure to pay 
future premiums, and in which all rights under said annuity contracts shall be 
exercisable by the employee concerned, or b) contribute an amount equal to 
such reduction in salary to a custodial account of a custodian selected by the 
employee, in which all rights under said custodial account shall be exercisable 
by the employee concerned. 

The Governing Board by Resolution No. 791120-Bl authorized the 
Chancellor Superintendent, Vice Chancellor - Business, Chief Accountant, or 
Head Accountant to purchase such annuity contracts or contribute to such 
custodial accounts, subject to ratification by the Governing Board. 

The following ratifying resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Governing Board of the San Francisco Community 

College district amend the salary of the following individual 
employee by the amount indicated; this amount will be used to purchase 
or contribute to a tax sheltered annuity or tax sheltered custodial 
account as selected by the employee, complying with the provisions 
of Section 403(b) of the United States Internal Revenue Code, and 
Section 17512 of the California Revenue and Taxation Code; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Governing Board purchase tax sheltered 

annuity contract or contribute to a custodial 
account as selected by the employee complying with the provisions set 
forth above, for the following employee; said purchase or contribution 
to be with the insurance company or the custodian as selected by the 
employee and in the amount directed by the employee to become effective 
as soon as administratively possible. 



11/3/81 - LI Page 1 



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Tax Sheltered Annuity 
Bankers Life & Casualty 



Paul Revere Variable 
Variable Annuity Life 



EMPLOYEE NO. 



043852 
061148 
905700 
084340 
021216 



AMOUNT PER MONTH 



$600.00 
800.00 
200.00 
600.00 
700.00 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Governing Board amend the salary 

of the following individual employees by 
the amount indicated as a result of their termination of amendment 
to employment contract: 



Tax Sheltered Annuity 
Great American Life 



EMPLOYEE NO. 



022259 



AMOUNT PER MONTH 



$900.00 



Submitted by 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



11/3/81 - LI Page 2 



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Honorable Covernlng Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811103-Q1 

Claim of Gloria J. Mitchell against the SFCCD - $40.00 

President and Members: 

The subject claim is an employee claim for reimbursement for damage 
to slacks caused when claimant caught her heel in one of the door mats at the 
District Offices and fell. Pursuant to Policy Manual Administrative Regula- 
tion 3.28.01, claimant's supervisor has verified the damage. 

It is recommended that the claim be paid pursuant to Policy Manual 
Section 3.28. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the claim of Gloria J. Mitchell in the sum of 
$40,00 against the San Francisco Community College 
District be and is hereby authorized for payment provided that full 
and complete releases be provided by the claimant. 

Submitted by, 



James G. Seely 
Legal Counsel 

Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



11/3/81 - Ql 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811103-Q2 

Claim of Ava J. Smith against the SFCCD - $69.22 

President and Members: 

The present claim is for reimbursement for a skirt torn at work. 
Damage has been verified pursuant to Policy Manual Administrative Regulation 
3.28.01. 

It is recommended that the claim be paid pursuant to Policy Manual 
Section 3.28. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the claim of Ava J. Smith in the sura of $69.22 

against the San Francisco Community College District 
be and is hereby authorized for payment provided that full and 
complete releases be provided by the claimant. 

Submitted by, 



James G. Seely 
Legal Counsel 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



11/3/81 - Q2 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811103-Q3 

Claim of Christine Marie Winkler against the SFCCD - $40.00 

President and Members: 

The subject claim is for the cost of replacing school books and a 
bag damaged when the student claimant fell on a City College walkway allegedly 
covered by algae. 

It is recommended that the claim be paid subject to receipt of 
appropriate releases. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the claim of Christine Marie Winkler in the sum of 

$40.00 against the San Francisco Community College 
District be and is hereby authorized for payment provided that full 
and complete releases be provided by the claimant. 

Submitted by, 



James G. Seely 
Legal Counsel 

Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



11/3/81 - Q3 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811103-Q4 

Recommending settlement of Maria Julia Toth vs SFCCD, 
Superior Court No. 766-324, $11,500.00 

President and Members: 

The present complaint involves an injury to a minor participating 
in a District preschool program. The original claim was $100,000.00. The 
City Attorney has suggested a settlement of the matter for $11,500.00. 

It appears that the City Attorney's recommendation of settlement 
is reasonable and in the best interests of the District. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That in the case of Maria Julia Toth vs SFCCD, that 
authorization be and is hereby granted to approve a 
settlement in the sum of $11,500.00 provided that full and complete 
releases be provided by Maria Julia Toth by and through her Guardian 
ad Litem, Steven Toth. 

Submitted by, 



James G. Seely 
Legal Counsel 

Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 

Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



11/3/81 - Q4 

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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811103-Q5 

Claim of Levasta H. Patton against the SFCCD - $8,852.82 
Recommending settlement of $4,000.00 

President and Members: 

The instant claim is for alleged underpayment of compensation 
relating to various leaves taken by the employee. The original claim was 
$8,852.82. Many complex issues are involved in the matter. 

It is believed that settlement of the matter would be in the best 
interest of the District. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the sum of $4,000.00 be and hereby is authorized 

as payment to Levasta H. Patton in full satisfaction 
of the above-referenced matter provided that full and complete 
releases be provided by Mr. Patton. 

Submitted by, 



James G. Seely 
Legal Counsel 

Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



11/3/81 - Q5 



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The Honorable Governing Board of the 
San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811103-W1 

Authorization to enter into a cooperative use 
agreement with Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church 
for the use of space by Alemany Community College 
Center. 

President and Members : 

The Alemany Community College Center has been using 2 classrooms 
(approximately 20 to 25 students per classroom) at Grace Evangelical Lutheran 
Church, 3201 Ulloa Street, San Francisco, to conduct Community College Center 
classes. Any charge or fee has been waived by the church. However, the church 
requests the execution of a Use of Facilities Agreement specifying the conditions 
of such use by the Centers Division. 

It is recommended that the following resolution be adopted: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice Chancellor , Busi- 
ness, are hereby authorized to enter into a cooperative use 
agreement with Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church, 3201 Ulloa Street, San 
Francisco, for the use of 2 classrooms and nursery. 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: 



November 1, 1981, 



That there is no charge for the use of said space. 
The term of the agreement shall be effective 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the District not be responsible for damage 

by fire, earthquake, the elements, or enemy 
attack, including any action taken by the military, naval, or air forces 
of the United States; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the District shall hold the Grace Evangelical 

Lutheran Church, 3201 Ulloa Street, San Francisco, 
harmless against all claims and liabilities resulting from negligence or 
deliberate acts of the District. 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Submitted By: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 

Community College Centers 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Seperintendent 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



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aiiEhmcisco Commmiity College District 

ty College of San J&ajjcisco/Coiimiiinity College Centers 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor 



November A, 1981 



NOTICE OF CLOSED SESSION 

AND REGULAR MEETING 
OF THE GOVERNING BOARD 
SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 



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The Governing Board will meet in Closed 

Session commencing at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, 

December 15, 1981 followed by the Regular 

Meeting at 7:30 p.m., 33 Cough Street, 

San Francisco, CA.* 

HERBERT M. SUSSMAN 
CHANCELLOR/ SUPERINTENDENT 
SECRETARY, GOVERNING BOARD 



*THIS WILL BE THE ONLY MEETING IN DECEMBER 



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33 Gough Street 

San Fran'cisco. California 94103 

(415) 



Governing Board 

San Francisco Community College District 

Julie Tang, President 

Ernest "Chuck" Ayala, Vice President 

Booker T Anderson, Jr. Robert E. Burton 

John Riordan Dr Tim Wolfred Alan S. Wong 

HorbertM. Sussman, Chancellor 



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Regular Meeting 
Governing Board of the San Francisco Community College District 

33 Gough Street 
Tuesday, December 15, 1981 

Closed Session - 5:30 p.m. 
Regular Meeting - 7:30 p.m. 



I. Roll Call 

II. Pledge of Allegiance ^ 

III. Approval of Minutes, November 3, 1981 

IV. Governing Board Reports 



V. Reports - Academic Senate, City College 

Faculty Senate, Centers Division 

VI. Adoption of Agenda 

VII. Chancellor/Superintendent's Resolutions 

F inance (p ag es 4-16) 

Bl - Appropriating an additional $6,488 for the National Direct 
Student Loan Program for the City College Student Financial 
Aid Program for 1981-82 

B2 - Authorization to transfer $2,548 from the Appropriation for 
Contingencies to Equipment under the Cafeteria Fund, City 
College of San Francisco 

B3 - Authorizing extension of the SFCCD Group Prescription Drug 

Expense Insurance Program with the current carrier, Continental 
Life and Accident Company, and the current administrators, U.S. 
Administrators, Inc., and Prepaid Prescription Plans, Inc., for 
the period December 1, 1981 to December 1, 1982 

B4 - Authorizing extension of the SFCCD Group Dental Care Expense 
Insurance Program with the California Dental Service for the 
period January 1, 1982 to January 1, 1985 

B5 •- Authorizing contract with Ms. Autumn Keltner to obtain services 
of personnel training in the area of Vocational English as a 
Second Language Program, funds available from the 1981-82 V.E.A. 
Grant, January 18, 1982, Community College Centers, $350.00 

B6 - Authorizing contract with St. Joseph's Hospital, Stockton, 

California, for the use of clinical facilities in connection 
with the Therapeutic Radiologic Technology Program at City 
College of San Francisco 



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B7 - Authorizing contract with Brookside Hospital, Richmond, 

California, for the use of clinical facilities in connection 
with the Therapeutic Radiologic Technology Program at City- 
College of San Francisco 

B8 - Authorizing contract with Mary's Help Hospital, Daly City, 
California, for the use of clinical facilities in connection 
with the Therapeutic Radiologic Technology Program at City 
College of San Francisco 

B9 - Authorization to submit application for Student Financial Aid 
Funds under the College Work-Study Program and the Supplemental 
Educational Opportunity Grant Program for the Community College 
Centers Student Financial Aid Program for the Academic Year 
1982-83 in the amount of $60,000; ($55,000 for SEOG § $5,000 for CWS) 

Equipment, Supplies and Services (Pages 17-30) 

CI - Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
less than $3,000 

C2 - Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
$3,000 or more 

C16 - Authorizing adjustment of equipment inventory to reflect 
loss of equipment, List No. 4 

C17 - Acceptance of Gifts - Motor Vehicles 

C18 - Acceptance of Gifts - Other Than Motor Vehicles 

Personnel 

D - Classified Personnel, 811215D2-27 (Pages 31-50) 

G - Certificated Personnel, City College, 811215G1-12 (Pages 51-58) 

H - Certificated Personnel, Categorically Funded Programs, 

City College, 811215H1-6 (Pages 59-61) 
J - Certificated Personnel, Categorically Funded Programs, 

Centers Division, 811215J1-3 (Pages 62-66) 
K - Certificated Personnel, Centers Division, 811215K1-17 (Pages 67-79) 
L - Tax Sheltered Annuities, 811215-L1 (Pages 80-81) 

Legal (Pages 82) 

Ql - Denying Claim of Gunilla Ella Whitmore against the SFCCD, 
$334.00 

Superintendent's Resolutions (Pages 83-85) 

51 - Adoption of Complaint Procedures in Accordance with Government 

Code Sections 11134-11139.5 Prohibiting Unlawful Discrimin- 
ation in State Funded Programs 

52 - Modification of the Instructional Calendar for the College 

Division for the Academic Year 1981-1982 

53 - Fifth Year Report to the Accrediting Commission of the 

Western Association of Schools and Colleges 

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Buildings and Grounds (Pages 86-88) 



Wl - Authorization to enter into a rental agreement with Claire 
Lilienthal Cooperative Nursery School for the use of space 
by State Preschool Program 

W2 - Authorization to enter into rental agreements for use by 
John O'Connell Community College Center 

VIII. Requests to Speak 

IX. Chancellor/Superintendent and Staff Reports 

Sabbatical Leaves - Spring 1982 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811215-B1 

Appropriating an additional $6,488 for the National 
Direct Student Loan Program for the City College 
Student Financial Aid Program for 1981-82 

President and Members: 

The Department of Education allocated an award of $97,052 for 
the operation of the National Direct Student Loan program at City College. 
The award was approved by the Governing Board on August 18, 1981, under 
Resolution No. 810818-B1. The purpose of the program is to offer loans 
to students who show financial need while attending City College. The 
loans are interest-free while students carry at least a half-time academic 
load at college, and the repayment period and interest (5 per cent) begin 
six months after students cease to carry at least a half-time academic 
load at college. The program has been in operation since 1958. 

City College has been allocated an additional $6,488 in National 
Direct Student Loan funds. 

The total additional program cost is $7,209 and the sources of 
funding are as follows : 

Department of Education 

Direct Cost $6,488 

SFCCD 

Cash Contribution 

Student Financial Aid $ 721 

$7,209 

The SFCCD matching contribution of $721 is available in 
Appropriation No. Cl-6430-7500. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That in accordance with Education Code Section 85202 

which provides that the governing board of any community 
college district may budget and use any unbudgeted income provided 
during the fiscal year from the federal government or other 
governmental sources, the following General Fund Trust budget 
revision is hereby authorized to cover the following project for 
the period July 1, 1981 to June 30, 1982. 

Federal Income from Federal Sources 

Federal Student Financial Aid Program $6,488 

National Direct Student Loan Program 
CFDA #13,471 

Expenditures 

National Direct Student Loan Program $6,488 



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FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent 

and/or Vice Chancellor, Business, 
are authorized to execute all documents necessary to record 
this budget revision on the accounts of the Controller and the 
Community College District and to submit any and all reports 
required by the Government of the United States in the adminis- 
tration of said program. 



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FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent 

and/or Vice Chancellor, Business, 
are authorized to deposit to and expend from a separate commercial 
bank account at the United California Bank, West Portal Branch 
the amount appropriated and budgeted for this program in accordance 
with the Federal regulations of the program. 

Respectfully submitted, 



Rachel Ness 

Assistant Dean, Financial Aid 



Rosa Perez 

Vice President, Student Services 



Juanita Pascual 

Vice President, Administrative Services 



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Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811215-B2 

Authorization to transfer $2,548 from the Appropriation 
for Contingencies to Equipment under the Cafeteria Fund, 
City College of San Francisco 

President and Members: 

California Education Code Sections 82360-82382 authorize cafeterias 
and a Cafeteria Fund. The SFCCD maintains a cafeteria at City College of San 
Francisco which is financed from cafeteria sales. According to the Cafeteria 
Fund - Statement of income (unaudited) for 1980-81, a net income of $5,095.90 
was realized. 

The College recommends that one-half or $2,548 of the realized net in- 
come of 1980-81 be transferred from the Appropriation for Contingencies Account 
to the Equipment Account. The funds will be used to purchase new equipment that 
is needed for this year. 

California Education Code Section 85200 reads in part as follows: 

"The total amount budgeted as the proposed expenditure of the community college 
district for each major classification of district expenditures listed in the 
district budget forms prescribed by the board of governors shall be the maximum 
amount which may be expended for that classification of expenditures for the 
school year. Transfers may be made from the undistributed reserve (appropriation 
for contingencies) to any expenditure classification or between expenditure 
classifications at any time by written resolution of the board of education of 
any district governed by a board of education, when filed with the county superin- 
tendent of schools and the county auditor, or by written resolution of the board 
of trustees of a community college district not governed by a board of education, 
when approved by the county superintendent of schools and filed with the county 
auditor. A resolution providing for the transfer from the undistributed reserve 
(appropriation and contingencies) to any expenditure classification must be 
approved by a two-thirds vote of the governing board; a resolution providing for 
the transfer between expenditure classifications must be approved by a majority 
of the members of the governing board." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That in accordance with Education Code Section 
85200 a transfer be made in the Cafeteria Fund. 

From: SFCCD Appn. Fl-6915-90000 $2,548 

Cafeteria 
Appropriation for Contingencies 

To: SFCCD Appn. Fl-6915-64000 $2,548 

Cafeteria 
Equipment 



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FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby 
authorized to execute all documents necessary to record this trans- 
fer on the account of the San Francisco Controller and the Community 
College District. 



Submitted by, 



Juanita U. Pascual 

Vice President, Administrative Services 



Kenneth S. Washington, President 
City College of San Francisco 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert S. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



(NOTE: THIS RESOLUTION REQUIRES FIVE (5) AFFIRMATIVE VOTES FOR ADOPTION) 

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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811215-B3 

Authorizing extension of the SFCCD Group Prescription Drug 
Expense Insurance Program with the current carrier, 
Continental Life and Accident Company, and the current 
administrators, U. S. Administrators, Inc., and Prepaid 
Prescription Plans, Inc., for the period December 1, 1981 
to December 1, 1982. 



President and Members: 

On December 16, 1980, the Governing Board adopted Resolution 
No. 801216-B15 authorizing extension of the SFCCD Group Prescription Drug 
Expense Insurance Program to December 1, 1981. 

The choice of insurance carrier and administrator for this insurance 
program has been tentatively agreed upon in the collective bargaining Agreement 
for 1981-84 between the SFCCD and AFT Local 2121. 

We have been informed that the composite premium rate will increase 
effective December 1, 1981 from $3.90 to $4.10 per employee per month. 

For comparison, prior year rates have been as follows: 



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January 1, 1980 to December 1, 1981 $3.90 

April 1, 1978 to January 1, 1980 $3.31 

to April 1, 1978 $3.12 

to April 1, 1977 $3.19 



April 1, 1977 
April 1, 1976 



The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That authorization be and is hereby given for the 

extension of the SFCCD Group Prescription Drug Expense 
Insurance Program with the current carrier, Continental Life and 
Accident Company, and the current administrators, U. S. Administrators, 
Inc., and Prepaid Prescription Plans, Inc., for the period 
December 1, 1981 to December 1, 1982. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby 
authorized to execute such documents as necessary to effect such 
group prescription drug expense insurance program on behalf of the 
SFCCD. 

Submitted by, 



Recommended for adoption: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 

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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811215- BA 

Authorizing extension of the SFCCD Group Dental Care 
Expense Insurance Program with the California Dental 
Service for the period January 1, 1982 to January 1, 1985 

President and Members: 

On December 18, 1979, the Governing Board adopted Resolution 
No. 791218-B1 authorizing award of the SFCCD Group Dental Care Expense 
Insurance Program to the California Dental Service for the period January 1, 
1980 to January 1, 1982. 

The choice of insurance carrier and administrator for this insurance 
program has been tentatively agreed upon in the collective bargaining agreement 
for 1981-82 between the SFCCD and AFT Local 2121. 

We have been quoted a supercomposite premium rate for three years 
effective January 1, 1982 as follows: 

$37.58 @ 100% coverage 
$28.19 @ 75% coverage 

For comparison, prior year rates have been as follows: 

January 1, 1980 to January 1, 1982 $29.53 @ 100% 

$22.15 (3 75% 

April 1, 1978 to January 1, 1980 $26.37 @ 100% 

April 1, 1978 to April 1, 1978 $24.11 @ 100% 

April 1, 1976 to April 1, 1978 $17.33 @ 100% 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That authorization be and is hereby given for the 

extension of the SFCCD Group Dental Care Expense 
Insurance Program with the California Dental Service for the 
period January 1, 1982 to January 1, 1985. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby 
authorized to execute such documents as necessary to effect such 
group dental care expense insurance program on behalf of the SFCCD. 

Submitted by, 

Recommended for adoption: 

Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Herbert M. Sussman 

Chancellor Superintendent 



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The Honorable Governing Board of the 
San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811215-B5 

Authorizing contract with Ms. Autumn Keltner 
to obtain services of personnel training in 
the area of Vocational English as a Second 
Language Program, funds available from the 
1981-82 V.E.A. Grant, January 18, 1982, Community 
College Centers, $350.00. 

President and Members: 

The San Francisco Community College District's approved application 
for funds distributed under the Vocational Education Amendment of 1976 (P.L. 94- 
482) for the fiscal year 1981-82 allocates categorical funding for personnel 
training. Funds for this purpose were approved by the Governing Board by 
Resolution No. 811006-B16. 

The Community College Centers desires to obtain the services of Ms. 
Autumn Keltner, a consultant, to conduct personnel training in the areas of 
identifying student goals in Vocational English as a Second Language, implementing 
a "tracking" system for Vocational English as a Second Language Programs and 
coordinating a Vocational English as a Second Language Program over four levels 
of program. 

Ms. Autumn Keltner has provided professional services for many districts 
including the San Diego Community College District and the State of California 
Department of Education, Adult Education Field Services. 

California Government Code Section 53060 reads in part as follows: 
"The legislative body of any public or municipal corporation or district may 
contract with and employ any persons for the furnishing to the corporation 
or district special services and advise in financial, economic, accounting, 
engineering, legal or administrative matters if such persons are specially 
trained and experienced and competent to perform the special services required". 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the San Francisco Community College District 

contract with Ms. Autumn Keltner to obtain services 
of personnel training in the area of Vocational English as a 
Second Language Program on January 18, 1982. Total contract 
cost not to exceed $350.00, expenses included. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and /or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereby 
authorized to execute such contract on behalf of the San Francisco 
Community College District. 



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Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superint end ent 



Submitted by, 



Carlos Brazil Ramirez 

Vice President 

Community College Centers 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811215-B6 

Authorizing contract with St. Joseph's Hospital, 
Stockton, California, for the use of clinical 
facilities in connection with the Therapeutic 
Radiologic Technology Program at the City College 
of San Francisco 

President and Members: 

California Education Code Section 78430 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district offering a nursing 
program, or related program in the healing arts, either in regular graded 
classes or in classes for adults, may maintain classes in such a program 
at hospitals located within or without the district for the purpose of 
providing the hospital training in such classes." 

The above-named agency operates facilities suitable for providing 
clinical experience for students studying to become Therapeutic Radiologic 
Technologists. City College of San Francisco desires to secure clinical 
experience for students enrolled in the Therapeutic Radiologic Technology 
curriculum offered at City College of San Francisco. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the SFCCD contract with St. Joseph's Hospital, 

Stockton, California, for the use of clinical facilities 
in connection with the Therapeutic Radiologic Technology curriculum 
at City College of San Francisco, commencing January 1, 1982. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and /or 

the Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby 
authorized to execute such contract on behalf of the SFCCD. 

Submitted by, 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 



Shirley Hoskins 

Assistant Dean of Instruction 

College Division 



Kenneth Washington 

President 

City College 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811215-B7 

Authorizing contract with Brookside Hospital, Richmond, 
California, for the use of clinical facilities in 
connection with the Therapeutic Radiologic Technology 
Program at the City College of San Francisco 

President and Members: 

California Education Code Section 78430 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district offering a nursing 
program, or related program in the healing arts, either in regular graded 
classes or in classes for adults, may maintain classes in such a program 
at hospitals located within or without the district for the purpose of 
providing the hospital training in such classes." 

The above-named agency operates facilities suitable for providing 
clinical experience for students studying to become Therapeutic Radiologic 
Technologists. City College of San Francisco desires to secure clinical 
experience for students enrolled in the Therapeutic Radiologic Technology 
curriculum offered at City College of San Francisco. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the SFCCD contract with Brookside Hospital, 

Richmond, California, for the use of clinical facilities 
in connection with the Therapeutic Radiologic Technology curriculum 
at City College of San Francisco, commencing January 1, 1982. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and /or 

the Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby 
authorized to execute such contract on behalf of the SFCCD. 

Submitted by, 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 



Shirley Hoskins 

Assistant Dean of Instruction 

College Division 



Kenneth Washington 

President 

City College 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811215-B8 

Authorizing contract with Mary's Help Hospital, Daly 
City, California, for the use of clinical facilities 
in connection with the Therapeutic Radiologic Technology 
Program at the City College of San Francisco 

President and Members: 

California Education Code Section 78430 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district offering a nursing 
program, or related program in the healing arts, either in regular graded 
classes or in classes for adults, may maintain classes in such a program 
at hospitals located within or without the district for the purpose of 
providing the hospital training in such classes." 

The above-named agency operates facilities suitable for providing 
clinical experience for students studying to become Therapeutic Radiologic 
Technologists. City College of San Francisco desires to secure clinical 
experience for students enrolled in the Therapeutic Radiologic Technology 
curriculum offered at City College of San Francisco. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the SFCCD contract with Mary's Help Hospital, 

Daly City, California, for the use of clinical facilities 
in connection with the Therapeutic Radiologic Technology curriculum 
at City College of San Francisco, commencing January 1, 1982. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and /or 

the Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby 
authorized to execute such contract on behalf of the SFCCD. 

Submitted by, 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 



Shirley Hoskins 

Assistant Dean of Instruction 

College Division 



Kenneth Washington 

President 

City College 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811215-B 9 

Authorization to submit application for student financial 
aid funds under the College Work-Study Program and the 
Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants Program 
for the Community College Centers Student Financial Aid 
Program for the academic year 1982-83 in the amount of 
$60,000; ($55,000 for SEOG § $ 5, OOOfor CWS) 

President and Members: 

It is proposed that the Community College Centers offer the student 
financial aid programs of College-Work Study and Supplemental Educational 
Opportunity Grants in addition to the Basic Educational Opportunity Grants 
for the academic year 1982-83. This additional source of student aid will 
help to meet the high level of financial need which exists for many students 
and their families who are enrolled in eligible programs offered by the 
Community College Centers. Such additional student financial aid will help 
to guarantee increased access, choice, and retention to potential students 
and present students. Participation in these two additional student financial 
aid programs will also mean eligibility for students to apply for and receive 
Cal Grant B or Cal Grant C funding for the 1982-83 academic year. Current 
California State law requires that an institution offer two campus-based 
federal student financial aid programs in addition to the Basic Grant Program 
in order for that institution's students to be eligible for the Cal Grant 
programs . 

It is therefore proposed that the Community College Centers request 
the following amounts from the United States Department of Education for the 
operation of the student financial aid program for the academic year 1982-83: 

Program Federal District 
Request Contribution Contribution 

Supplemental Education 

Opportunity Grants (IY and CY) $55,000 $55,000 -0- 

College Work-Study Program 6,250 5,000 $1,250 



TOTAL $61,250 $60,000 $1,250 

The analysis and preparation of the application has been completed 
by the Community College Centers staff in keeping with the guildelines established 
by the United States Department of Education. The Community College Centers 
are requesting an amount which is manageable during this initial year of 
participation. 

The amount of money actually awarded will be based on a review by a 
Department of Education panel and on subsequent Congressional funding. Funding 
guarantees seem to indicate that a minimum of $10,000 in Supplemental Education 
Opportunity Grant funds and $5,000 in College Work-Study funds would be the least 
received. 



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matching district funds of $1,250 in the Budget 1982-83. 



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The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/ or Vice Chancellor, 

Business, are hereby authorized to prepare and submit an 
application for student financial aid funds under the College Work- 
Study Program and the Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants 
Program for the academic year 1982-83 in the amount of $6q,000; 
($55,000 for SEOG $ $5,000 for CWS) for the Community college Centers 

Submitted by, 



John F. Harrington 
Assistant Director 
Career Guidance/Financial Aid 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811215-C1 

Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
less than $3,000 

President and Members: 

Listed below are encumbrances for equipment, supplies, and services 
in individual amounts of less than $3,000.00. Investigation indicates that 
they are necessary for the conduct of the schools, and therefore are recom- 
mended for approval of the Governing Board. It is certified that the items 
listed below are in accord with Governing Board policy and that funds are 
available to cover payment. 

RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given for the procurement 

of the equipment, supplies, services, etc., totaling 
$272,339.69 in individual amounts of less than $3,000.00 not hereto- 
fore approved as summarized and detailed below: 



PURCHASE ORDERS 



NUMBERS 




NUMBERS 




NUMBERS 




NUMBERS 






51023 


_ 


51130 


53978 - 


53980 


54741 - 


54743 


55274 - 


55275 




51170 






54016 - 


54020 


54751 - 


54755 


55284 - 


55285 




52029 






54053 




54786 - 


54789 


55336 - 


55340 




52536 


- 


52540 


54359 




54836 - 


54840 


55354 - 


55355 




52549 


- 


52550 


54043 - 


54044 


54854 - 


54855 


55390 - 


55391 




52590 






54061 - 


54062 


54872 - 


54875 


55394 - 


55395 




52599 






54077 - 


54080 


54888 - 


54890 


55409 - 


55410 




53089 






54091 - 


54095 


54897 




55474 






53093 






54156 - 


54161 


54908 




55476 






53217 


- 


53219 


54196 - 


54197 


54928 




55544 - 


55545 




53264 


- 


53270 


54212 




54930 




55546 - 


55554 




53320 


- 


53324 


54242 - 


54244 


54941 - 


54942 


55555 






53390 


53395 


54261 - 


54270 


54968 




55556 - 


55564 




53464 


- 


53468 


54342 




54971 - 


54972 


55588 - 


55590 




53481 


- 


53482 


54388 




54999 - 


55000 


55609 






53539 


- 


53540 


54406 - 


54410 


55005 




55625 






53543 


- 


53544 


54425 - 


54430 


55046 - 


55050 


55631 - 


55635 




53576 


- 


53585 


54436 - 


54437 


55060 - 


55065 


55666 - 


55674 




53606 


- 


53616 


54455 - 


54460 


55090 - 


55095 


55693 - 


55695 




53671 






54462 - 


54466 


55110 - 


55115 


55701 






53700 






54482 




55123 - 


55130 


55703 






53701 


- 


53710 


54515 - 


54520 


55137 




55721 - 


55726 




53778 


- 


53779 


54534 - 


54535 


55145 - 


55150 


55731 - 


55733 




53781 


- 


53790 


54579 - 


54580 


55164 - 


55165 


55741 - 


55742 




53827 


- 


53828 


54607 - 


5461- 


55180 




55779 






53855 


- 


53856 


54619 - 


54620 


55202 




55849 - 


55851 




53887 


- 


5389- 


54643 - 


54645 


55211 - 


55215 


55861 - 


55863 




53910 


- 


53913 


54681 - 


54690 


55226 




55878 - 


55880 




53926 


- 


53930 


54713 




55236 - 


55240 


55939 - 


55940 




53969 


- 


53970 


54728 




55242 - 


55243 


55956 - 


55960 


















TOTAL 


$217,742.92 



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TERM PURCHASE AGREEMENTS 



NUMBER 


AMOUNT 


1044-B 


$ 499.68 


1054-A 


220.00 


1089 * 


672.00 


1112-B 


176.00 


1126-A 


225.40 


1135 


746.26 


1147 


339.99 


1148 


615.00 


1149 


2,646.00 


1150 


350.00 



i 



TOTAL 



$6,490.33 



MISCELLANEOUS ENCUMBRANCES 



REVOLVING 


FUND VOUCHERS 


NUMBER 


AMOUNT 


1.025 


$ 4,836.25 


1.026 


2,410.17 


1.027 


2,787.06 


1.028 


4,953.10 


1.029 


3,076.61 


1.030 


2,571.46 


1.031 


3,170.30 


1.032 


2,986.69 


1.033 


4,605.77 


1.034 


5,160.43 


1.035 


4,712.87 


DIRECT PAYMENT VOUCHERS 


NUMBER 


AMOUNT 


114 


$ 28.40 


115 


6.94 


117 


481.56 


118 


500.00 


120 


1,000.00 


121 


100.00 


123 


300.00 


129 


112.60 


132 


952.08 


135 


619.16 


136 


958.00 


137 


169.68 


138 


40.00 


143 


69.22 



Total 



$41,270.71 



12/15/81 - CI Page 2 



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MISCELLANEOUS ENCUMBRANCES (continued) 
DIRECT PAYMENT VOUCHERS (continued) 
NUMBER AMOUNT 



148 


800.00 


154 


34.71 


155 


212.40 


156 


169.42 


157 


15.90 


158 


15.66 


159 


250.00 



Total 



$6,835.73 



TOT AT, 



$48,106.44 



GRAND TOTAL 



$272,339.69 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



12/15/81 - CI Page 3 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



-19- 



1 



« 



1 



Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811215-C2 

Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
$3,000 or more 

President and Members: 

The following departmental requests for the purchase of supplies, 
equipment, and services have been received. Investigation indicates that they 
are necessary for the conduct of the schools, and therefore are recommended 
for approval by the Governing Board. It is certified that the items listed 
below are in accord with Governing Board policy and that funds are available 
to cover payment. 

RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given for the procurement 

of the equipment, supplies, services, etc. summarized 
below: 



REQUISITIONS FOR PURCHASE ORDERS 
NUMBER DIVISION DESCRIPTION 



0870 


College 


0950 


Centers 


0958 


College 


0959 


College 


0963 


College 


1002 


Centers 


1003 


Centers 


1004 


Centers 


1009 


College 


1013 


College 


1055 


College 


1073 


Centers 


1074 


College 


1082 


College 


1101 


College 


1177 


College 



Training Aids 

Typewriters 

Generators 

Oscilloscope 

Athletic Supplies 

Typewriters 

Calculators 

Typewriters 

Microcomputers 

Paper, Toilet and Towels 

Printing Summer Schedule 

Typewriters 

Paper, Bond 

Recorders, Videotape 

Camera Tripods 

Freeze Dry Unit 



TOTAL 



AMOUNT 
$ 3,142.00 

14,666.00 
4,452.00 
6,167.00 
3,082.00 

10,999.00 
3,732.00 

14,666.00 
3,259.00 
5,906.00 
6,500.00 
3,667.00 

17,926.00 

6,380.00 

3,640.00 

3,029.00 

$111,213.00 



12/15/81 - C2 Page 1 



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TERM PURCHASE AGREEMENTS 



NUMBER DIVISION DESCRIPTION 



1114A College Printing of the "Guardsman" 



AMOUNT 



$7,743.32 



DIRECT PAYMENT VOUCHERS 



NUMBER DIVISION DESCRIPTION 



116 
119 

124 

125 
126 
127 
128 

130 

131 
133 
134 
139 
140 
141 
142 

144 



AMOUNT 

District Federal Income Tax Deposit $ 8,827.13 

College Funds in Extended Opportunity Programs 

and Services 15,000.00 

District Members' Contributions to State Teachers 

Annuity Fund 173,101.32 

District Federal Income Tax Deposit 332,748.73 

District State Income Tax Deposit 99,877.47 

District Federal Income Tax Deposit 25,327.72 

District Refund Portion of 1975-76 Veterans' Cost 

of Instruction Program 5,276.00 

Federal Income Tax Deposit 127,634.96 

Funds in Basic Educational Opportunity Grant 50,000.00 

Postage for Pitney Bowes Meter # 916373 9,500.00 

Federal Income Tax Deposit 13,808.27 

Funds in National Direct Student Loan Program 30,000.00 

Funds in National Direct Student Loan Program 3,333.00 

Federal Income Tax Deposit 35,608.12 

Claim Settlement - Maria J. Toth, Injury on 
Playground while Participating in Preschool 

Program 11,500.00 

Funds in Extended Opportunity Programs 

and Services 15,000.00 

Funds in SEOG, 1981-82 35,000.00 

Postage for Meter Mailing Machine 7,500.00 

Federal Income Tax Deposit 4,089.59 



District 

Centers 

District 

District 

College 

College 

District 

District 

College 



145 


College 


146 


College 


147 


District 



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DIRECT PAYMENT VOUCHERS (continued) 
NUMBER DIVISION DESCRIPTION 



149 


District 


150 


District 


151 


District 


152 


District 


153 


District 


160 


District 



Federal Income Tax Deposit 

Claim Settlement - Levasta H. Patton, 
Underpayment of Compensation 

Foods & Services for College Cafeteria 

Members' Contributions to State Teachers 
Annuity Fund 

Repayment of Federal's 90% Portion of 
Nursing Student Loan Funds to USDHHS 



Federal Income Tax Deposit 



TOTAL 



GRAND TOTAL 



AMOUNT 
4,592.87 

4,000.00 
34,849.81 

171,795.26 

23,342.80 

55,154.61 

$1,296,867.66 

$1,415,823.98 



• 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



12/15/81 - C2 Page 3 



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I 






Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811215-C16 

Authorizing adjustment of equipment inventory 
to reflect loss of equipment, List No. 4 

President and Members: 

The SFCCD maintains an equipment inventory system where includable 
equipment is identified and tagged with an Asset Number. 

In accordance with procedures prescribed in the SFCCD Property 
Management Manual, administrators and department heads may request the removal 
of stolen or missing equipment from their departmental inventory. The removal 
from inventory must be authorized by the Governing Board before the inventory 
record is adjusted. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice Chancellor, 
Business be and are hereby authorized to adjust the SFCCD 
equipment inventory to reflect the loss of equipment as indicated on 
the attached Stolen or Missing Equipment, List No. 4, dated 
December 15, 1981, consisting of 82 items with a total original cost 
of $29,114 of stolen or missing equipment under the custody of 
various departments. 

Submitted by, 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 

Recommended for adoption: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Attachment: Stolen or Missing Equipment, List No. 4 



12/15/81 - C16 



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Stolen or Missing Equipment 
List No. 4 



December 15, 1981 



Asset 
Department Number 






Description 



Manu- Original 
facturer Cost Reason 



Architecture - 
Biology 016858 
Business 



Journalism 017898 
017899 
017900 
017771 
017775 
017872 
017902 
017904 

Broadcasting 015416 
015415 
015411 
015403 
015404 
015405 
015406 
015407 
015560 

Physical Education - 

North 021230 

021203 

021355 

Art 



Music 



NT032883 
NT032941 
NT032940 
NT032823 



Drama 

Dental 
Assisting 

Earth 
Sciences 



Pro j , Slide, Carousel 

Recorder, Video 

Transcriber, Cassette 
Transcriber, Cassette 
Typewriter, Selectric 
Typewriter, Selectric 
Typewriter, Selectric 
Typewriter, Selectric 

Typewriter, Selectric 
Typewriter, Selectric 
Typewriter, Selectric 
Chair, Steno 
Chair, Steno 
Typewriter, Manual 
Typewriter, Manual 
Typewriter, Manual 

Microphone 
Microphone 
Microphone 
Microphone 
Microphone 
Microphone 
Microphone 
Microphone 
Microphone 



Typewriter, Selectric 
Washer, 3 Cycle 
Player, Record 

Recorder, Tape 
Recorder, Tape 

Guitar, Folk 
Congadrum 
Congatumba Drum 
Saxophone 

Recorder, Tape 



000016 Model Denture w/Case 



009662 Cart, Mobile, Movie 
C16 Attachment - Page 1 



Kodak $ 


363 


Stolen 


JVC 


1,800 


Stolen 


Lanier 


398 


Stolen 


Lanier 


398 


ii 


IBM 


645 


ii 


IBM 


565 


ii 


IBM 


565 


ii 


IBM 


645 


ii 


IBM 


511 


Stolen 


IBM 


522 


H 


IBM 


783 


ii 




48 


ii 




48 


ii 


Royal 


232 


Missing 


Remington 


231 


ii 


Remington 


231 


ii 


EV 


70 


Stolen 


Sony 


200 


ii 


Shure 


300 


it 


EV 


70 


ii 


EV 


70 


ii 


EV 


70 


ii 


EV 


70 


ii 


EV 


70 


ii 


Shure 


135 


ii 


IBM 


464 


Stolen 


Maytag 


312 


it 


Audiotronics 


91 


Missing 


TEAC 


500 


Stolen 


TEAC 


900 


ii 


Yamaha 


108 


Stolen 


Gonbops 


67 


M 


Gonbops 


92 


ii 


Selmer 


965 


M 


TEAC 


900 


Stolen 


Bio Lab 


400 


Stolen 


PIX 


200 


Stolen 



-24- 



(continued) 



Stolen or Missing Equipment 
List No. 4 



Asset 
Department Number Description 



Manu- Original 
facturer Cost Reason 



Instr. Res. - 
A. V. NT025053 2 Speakers, Hi-Fi 



Career Guidance 
Center 021782 
021783 



Galileo CCC 



030972 
030973 
029870 



John Adams CCC 



Typewriter, Selectric 
Stand, Cart, Typewriter 

Recorder, Cassette 
Recorder, Cassette 
Typewriter, Selectric 



» 



024309 
024909 
024927 
024928 
026422 
026423 
024287 
024288 
024283 
024284 
024285 
024286 

Mission CCC 023698 
023692 
023646 
023647 
023648 
023649 
023676 
023660 
023661 
023670 
023671 
NT030461 
NT033000 

John O'Connell CCC 

023193 
025322 
025323 
025342 
025343 
025344 
025534 
025535 
025815 
025374 

C16 Attachment - Page 2 



Typewriter, Manual 
Typewriter, Manual 
Typewriter, Selectric 
Typewriter, Manual 
Typewriter, Manual 
Typewriter, Manual 
Amplifier 
Turntable 
Recorder, Reel 
Recorder, Reel 
Recorder, Cassette 
Recorder, Cassette 

Stencil Cutter, Elect. 
Calculator, Electronic 
Language Master 
Language Master 
Language Master 
Language Master 
Overhead Projector 
Recorder, Reel 
Recorder, Reel 
Recorder, Reel 
Recorder, Reel 
Proj , 16mm, Sound 
Proj , 16mm, Sound 



Calculator, Electric 
Battery Charger 
Battery Charger 
Jack, Floor 
Jack, Floor 
Jack, Floor 
Grinder, Air 
Grinder, Air 
Compressor, Air 
Drill, %" 



■25- 



AR 


400 


Stolen 


IBM 


775 


Stolen 




40 


ii 


B&H 


104 


Stolen 


B&H 


104 


n 


IBM 


464 


ii 


Royal 


264 


Missing 


Royal 


231 


ii 


IBM 


464 


ii 


Olympia 


231 


n 


Olympia 


231 


n 


Facit 


231 


" 


Mcintosh 


746 


Stolen 


Technics 


160 


it 


TEAC 


841 


ii 


TEAC 


841 


ii 


Nakamichi 


618 


ii 


Nakamichi 


618 


ii 


Gestetner 


485 


Stolen 


Citizen 


158 


Missing 


B&H 


159 




B&H 


159 




B&H 


159 




B&H 


159 




Beseler 


121 




Wollensak 


229 




Wollensak 


229 




Western 


220 




Western 


220 




B&H 


481 




B&H 


481 




Monroe 


232 


Missing 


Sun 


348 


Stolen 


Sun 


289 




Heinwerner 


348 




Heinwerner 


348 




Walker 


348 




Chi Pneum 


128 




Chi Pneum 


128 




Air King 


136 




B&D 


128 





(continued) 



Stolen or Missing Equipment 
List No. 4 



Department 



Asset 
Number 



Description 



Manu- Original 
facturer Cost Reason 



Skrlls Center 029808 
029535 
028469 
028643 



Typewriter, Electric 

Typewriter, Electric 

Typewriter, Electric 

Typewriter, Electric 



Olympia 


508 


Stolen 


IBM 


511 


it 


IBM 


511 


ii 


IBM 


489 


ii 



• 



C16 Attachment - Page 3 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811215-C17 

Acceptance of Gifts - Motor Vehicles 

President and Members: 

California Education Code Section 72241 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may accept on behalf 
of, and in the name of, the district such gifts, donations, bequests, and 
devises as are made to the district for community college purposes or to or 
for the benefit of any community college administered by the district. Such 
gifts, donations, bequests, and devises may be made subject to such conditions 
or restrictions as the governing board may prescribe. In no event shall the 
approval of any state agency be a prerequisite to acceptance of such a gift, 
donation, bequest, or devise. No real or personal property including money, 
accepted by a governing board pursuant to this section shall be considered 
in determining the eligibility of the district for an apportionment from the 
State School Fund nor in determining the amount thereof." 

SFCCD Policy Manual 8.08 Acceptance of Gifts provides that motor 
vehicles be accepted by the SFCCD by a Governing Board resolution. 

From time to time a motor vehicle is offered as a gift to the SFCCD 
to be deregistered and used as instructional equipment. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

WHEREAS: The SFCCD has been tendered the following motor vehicles 
as gifts: 

Item No. 1 

Description: 1960 Cadillac 

License No. FXJ176 

Vehicle Identification No. 60B107396 
Donor: Charles M. Benoit 

39 Nantucket Avenue 

San Francisco, CA 94112 
Market Value Declared by Donor: $2,500.00 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: None 

Item No. 2 

Description: 1973 Chevrolet 

License No. 251 MGY 

Vehicle Identification No. 1D37K32434384 
Donor: Maxwell Gillette 

1860 Hayes Street 

San Francisco, CA 94117 
Market Value Declared by Donor: $2,000.00 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: None 



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Item No. 3 

Description: 1972 Chevrolet 

License No. 954 EDM 

Vehicle Identification No. 1X69D2L104768 
Donor: Clement Ah On and Anita Jane Dang 

161 Madison Street 

San Francisco, CA 94134 
Market Value Declared by Donor: $1,800.00 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: None 



i 



Item No. 4 

Description: 1968 Opel 

License No. 358 WSM 

Vehicle Identification No. 211465704 
Donor: Jeremy Fish 

2809 Steiner Street, Apt. 3 

San Francisco, CA 94123 
Market Value Declared by Donor: $1,277.00 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: None 



WHEREAS: Mr. George Redden, Director, John O'Connell Community 

College Center, and Mr. Laurent Broussal, President, 
Community College Centers, declare that the said gifts will enhance 
the automotive program of the John O'Connell Community College 
Center and recommend acceptance of the gifts, now 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: That the motor vehicles described above 

be gratefully accepted by the Governing 
Board of the San Francisco Community College District for and in 
the name of the San Francisco Community College District. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That Mr. George Redden, Director, John 

O'Connell Community College Center, is 
hereby authorized to execute all necessary documents for the 
deregistration of the motor vehicles in accordance with applicable 
law. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That upon transfer of legal titles of said 

motor vehicles to the SFCCD, the Secretary 
of the Governing Board is directed to notify the donors of the 
acceptance of the gifts by the Governing Board. 



Submitted by, 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 

12/15/81 - C17 Page 2 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 






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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811215-C18 

Acceptance of Gifts - Other Than Motor Vehicles 

President and Members: 

California Education Code Section 72241 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may accept on behalf 
of, and in the name of, the district such gifts, donations, bequests, and 
devises as are made to the district for community college purposes or to or 
for the benefit of any community college administered by the district. Such 
gifts, donations, bequests, and devises may be made subject to such conditions 
or restrictions as the governing board may prescribe. In no event shall the 
approval of any state agency be a prerequisite to acceptance of such a gift, 
donation, bequest, or devise. No real or personal property including money, 
accepted by a governing board pursuant to this section shall be considered 
in determining the eligibility of the district for an apportionment from the 
State School Fund nor in determining the amount thereof." 

SFCCD Policy Manual 8.08 Acceptance of Gifts provides that 
(1) motor vehicles, (2) aircraft, (3) cash, (4) securities, (5) precious 
stones, (6) precious metals, and (7) goods other than (1) to (6) above, with 
a market value exceeding $500.00 be accepted by the SFCCD by a Governing 
Board resolution. 

From time to time an item is offered as a gift to the SFCCD to be 
used for educational purposes. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

WHEREAS: The SFCCD has been tendered the following items as gifts: 

Item No. 1 

Description: One set Alignment Components $2,000.00 

One Portable Pressure Washer 300.00 
Donor: Autohaus Brugger 

201 Main Street 

Redwood City, CA 94063 
Market Value Declared by Donor: $2,300.00 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: None 

WHEREAS: Mr. George Redden, Director, John O'Connell Community 

College Center, and Mr. Laurent Broussal , President, 
Community College Centers, declare that the gift will enhance 
the automotive program at John O'Connell Community College Center, 
and recommend acceptance of the gift, now 



12/15/81 - C18 Page 1 



-29- 



THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: That the gift described above be 

gratefully accepted by the Governing 
Board of the San Francisco Community College District for and in 
the name of the San Francisco Community College District. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That upon transfer of legal title of the 

gift described above, the Secretary of 
the Governing Board is directed to notify the donors of the 
acceptance of the gifts by the Governing Board. 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



12/15/81 - C18 Page 2 



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I 



Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811215-D2 

Seventh Amendment to the Annual Classified Position 
Resolution 1981-82 

President and Members: 

The Annual Classified Positions Resolution enumerates all classified 
positions of the San Francisco Community College District continued or created by 
the Governing Board in adopting the tentative budget. As positions are created, 
deleted, classified, reclassified or changed as to number of positions, class 
title, or rate of compensation during the year, the Annual Classified Positions 
Resolution is amended to reflect these changes. This amendment is such a change. 
The effective date and the nature of the change is indicated below: 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Annual Classified Positions Resolution 1981-82 
as amended be hereby amended as indicated below: 

Compensation 
Amendment Class and Item Number Schedule 

Section 669010 A - Community College Centers Division - Salaries 

1 deleted 13 1424 Clerk Typist $ 465 B 560 

1 added 13 1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 510 B 614 

Effective 12/16/81 to reflect action of CSC at its meeting of 03/16/81 
reclassifying above positions. 

Section 669010 C - College Division - Salaries 

added 1203 Personnel Technician 575 B 694 

Retroactive 11/02/81 to reflect change in departmental requirements. 

2 deleted 2447 TIA Chemistry 580 B 701 
2 added 2 2447 TIA Chemistry/Biology 580 B 701 

Effective 12/16/81 to reflect action of CSC at its meeting of 10/19/81 
retitling above positions. 

Section 669010 D - District Office Division - Salaries 

added 1203 Personnel Technician 575 B 694 

Retroactive 11/02/81 to reflect change in departmental requirements. 

D2 

Page 1 of 2 

12/15/81 

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Submitted by: 



i 



Recommended for adoption 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



D2 

Page 2 of 2 

12/15/81 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolutions No. 811215-D3 to 811215-D27 
Classified Personnel 

President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 811215-D3 to 811215-D27 cover routine appointments, 
appointments college aides, transfers college aides, releases, resignations, suspension, 
terminations, leaves, salary increment increases, remove name from records, amendment 
transfer college aides, amendment appointments, rescindment transfer college aide and 
change of status, all in accordance with the Civil Service procedures of the City and 
County of San Francisco. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption: 

Submitted by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



D3 to D27 
Page 1 of 17 
12/15/81 



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APPOINTMENTS 



811215-D3 



RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed for 

permanent duty subject to the usual probationary period 
to be effective on dates as shown below: 



Name 



Class 



Location 



DUNCAN, Patricia I. 1487 Financial Aids City College 

Assistant 
VAN VOORTHUIJSEN, John 1487 Financial Aids City College 

Assistant 
KAYE, John W. 1844 Sr. Management Downtown CCC 

Assistant 



Effective 
10/21/81 
10/21/81 
10/07/81 



Salary 
$674 BW 
$644 BW 
$989 BW 



I 



811215-D4 



Name 



RESOLVED; 



LEW, Irene 

PEREZ, Leticia 

FERMAN, Patricia E. 

GUTIERREZ, Maria E. 

RIOS, Violeta 

ALFONSO, Lourdes 

PUJOL, Pastora 

INSKO, Kevan A. 

HO, Amy T. 

MORRIS, Anne J. 

ROSS, Howard 

CHAN, Curtis 

MITCHELL, Michael R. 

STROUGHTER, French 

FERGUSON, Holly 

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Location 



That the following 
duty, location and 

Class 

1203 Personnel 

Technician 
1203 Personnel 

Technician 
1424 Clerk Typist 



1424 Clerk Typist J. Adams CCC 



named persons be appointed for temporary 
effective dates as shown below: 



Effective 



Salary 



1424 Clerk Typist 

1426 Sr. Clerk 
Typist 

1487 Financial Aids 
Assistant 

1488 TIA Evaluation 
Technician 

1720 Data Entry 

Operator 
1855 Sr. Control 

Clerk, EDP 
7334 Plumber 

8204 Institution 

Police Officer 
8204 Institution 

Police Officer 
8204 Institution 

Police Officer 
8207 B & G. 

Patrolman Officer 



City College 11/02/81-12/31/81 $575 BW 

District Office 11/03/81-12/31/81 $575 BW 

Mission CCC 11/18/81-06/30/82 $465 BW $ 

10/26/81-06/30/82 $465 BW 

11/04/81-06/30/82 $465 BW 

11/18/81-06/30/82 $510 BW 

10/21/81-06/30/82 $674 BW 

11/19/81-06/30/82 $541 BW 

11/18/81-06/30/82 $453 BW 

10/21/81-06/30/82 $658 BW 

10/21/81-11/03/81 $1336 BW 

11/18/81-06/30/82 $652 BW 

11/18/81-06/30/82 $652 BW 

CC Centers Div. 11/18/81-06/30/82 $752 BW 

City College 11/18/81-06/30/82 $589 BW 



J. O'Connell 

CCC 
City College 

City College 

City College 

City College 

City College 

City College 

City College 

City College 



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APPOINTMENTS 

811215-D4 (Continued) 

Name Class 



BEATTY, David 



Location 



Effective 



Salary 



8272 TIA Campus 
Control 



Downtown CCC 10/21/81-06/30/82 $6.4000 H 



811215-D5 



Name 



RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed for temporary 

Exempt Civil Service duty, not to exceed 70 hours or $409.00 
per month, location and effective dates as shown below: 



Class 



Location 



Effective 



Salary 



IRIAS, Julieta 
OROPEZA, Juana 
SCOTT, Cary 
WEGMAN, Marie 
TSUJIM0T0, Jerry 
BARNUM, Tyra 
LEE, Mariana Y. 
MERO, Beatriz 
RODRIGUEZ, Reynaldo 



1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. Mission CCC 
1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. City College 



11/18/81-06/30/82 $4.6750 H 
10/13/81-06/30/82 $4.6750 H 
10/30/81-06/21/82 $4.6750 H 



1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. State Presch. 

(J. Adams CCC) 
1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. Career Guidance 11/04/81-06/30/82 $4.6750 H 



1404 Clerk, P.T. 



1424 Clerk Typist, 

P.T. 
1424 Clerk Typist, 

P.T. 
1424 Clerk Typist, 

P.T. 
3591 College Aide, 

P.T. 
RODRIGUEZ, Roberto M. 3591 College Aide, 

P.T. 



City College 
J. Admas CCC 



10/13/81-06/30/82 $5.6000 H 
11/18/81-06/30/82 $5.8125 H 
10/21/81-06/30/82 $5.8125 H 



Chinatown 

Northbeach CCC 
Career Guidance 10/26/81-06/30/82 $5.8125 H 



TRIA, Hazel 
CHENG, Caroline 
JONES, Helen 
THOMSON, Mary 
VAQUILAR, Julie A. 
BORREGO, Rene R. 
COLLAMORE, Harry 

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3591 College Aide, 

P.T. 
3597 School Aide 

II, P.T. 

3597 School Aide II, City College 

P.T. 
3597 School Aide II, City College 

P.T. 

3597 School Aide II, City College 
P.T. 

3598 School Aide Mission CCC 

III, P.T. 

3598 School Aide City College 
III, P.T. 



10/15/81-06/30/82 $3.5700 H 
10/16/81-06/30/82 $3.5700 H 
10/26/81-06/30/82 $3.5700 H 



City College 

(Cafeteria) 
City College 

(Cafeteria) 
City College 

(Cafeteria) 
CC Centers Div. 10/26/81-12/31/81 $4.2125 H 



10/21/81-02/26/82 $4.2125 H 

11/18/81-06/30/82 $4.2125 H 

11/18/81-06/30/82 $4.2125 H 

11/16/81-06/30/82 $5.1375 H 

11/16/81-06/30/82 $5.1375 H 



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APPOINTMENTS 



811215-D5 

Name 



(Continued) 

Class 



PORTIILO, Fanio R. 
RUIZ, Lucia 
SHECKET, Arlene 
STEEB, Michael 
ALVAREZ, Laura 



3598 School Aide 

III, P.T. 
3598 School Aide 

III, P.T. 
3598 School Aide 

III, P.T. 
3598 School Aide 

III, P.T. 
1424 Clerk Typist, 

P.T. 



Location 

Mission CCC 

City College 

City College 

City College 

J. O'Connell 
CCC 



Effective 



Salary 



11/16/81-06/30/82 $5.1375 H 

11/18/81-06/30/82 $5.1375 H 

11/23/81-06/30/82 $5.1375 H 

11/16/81-06/30/82 $5.1375 H 

11/09/81-06/30/82 $5.8125 H 



APPOINTMENTS 
COLLEGE AIDES 



811215-D6 



Name 



RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed temporary 

3591 College Aide, City College, WORK STUDY PROGRAM, Salary 
at the rate of $3.57 per hour, effective on dates as shown below: 



CHAN, Eileen T. 
CHAU, Nghia Huu 
CHEUNG, Kathy K. 
CHIU, To Lan 
CHOW, Susan 
CHU, To Lan 
DE PALMA, Br end a 
DELGAD0, Maricela 
DICKSON, Rochelle 
DIEP, Lien 
DOAN, Tarn Minh 
DONH, Sophia 
ELWOOD, Cheryl Diane 
ESPAN0L, Marjorie C. 
ESTEVEZ, Sandra 
EVANGELISTA, Marichu G. 
FIESCHEL, Lynn 
GARRID0, Sandra 
GAUDI, Robert James 
HA, Lan T. 
HAG0S, Ghezae 
HAMMOND, Zaretta L. 
HARRISON, Perrie 
HO, Thuy Ha 
JIMENEZ, Erlinda 

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Effective 

10/21/81-06/30/82 
11/04/81-06/30/82 
09/09/81-06/30/82 
09/23/81-06/30/82 
10/21/81-06/30/82 
09/23/81-06/30/82 
10/07/81-06/30/82 
10/07/81-06/30/82 
10/07/81-06/30/82 
10/07/81-06/30/82 
10/07/81-06/30/82 
07/01/81-06/30/82 
09/23/81-06/30/82 
09/09/81-06/30/82 
10/07/81-06/30/82 
10/07/81-06/30/82 
10/07/81-06/30/82 
10/07/81-06/30/82 
07/01/81-06/30/82 
09/23/81-06/30/82 
10/21/81-06/30/82 
09/23/81-06/30/82 
10/21/81-06/30/82 
07/01/81-06/30/82 
10/07/81-06/30/82 



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Name 

KAEO, Victor D. 
KENDALL, Joy A. 
KHA, Thanh M. 
KIM, Soon Duk 
KIRBY, Aurora M. 
LAI , Wah Kwan 
LEE, Vinnie 
LI, Doreena 
LIM, Betty 
LOPES, Richard L. 
LYONS, Christine A. 
MA, Eugene 
MEDIATE, Karen F. 



Effective 



/a; 



10/07/81-06/30/82 
11/04/81-06/30/82 
10/21/81-06/30/82 
09/09/81-06/30/82 
10/07/81-06/30/82 
10/07/81-06/30/82 
10/07/81-06/30/82 
10/07/81-06/30/82 
10/07/81-06/30/82 
10/07/81-06/30/82 
10/21/81-06/30/82 
10/21/81-06/30/82! 
10/07/81-06/30/82 
MENDOZA, Maria Lourdes 10/07/81-06/30/82J 



MENGHISTU, Teklu 
MIRANDA, Laura R. 
MOORE, Tamara G. 
MCCHESNEY, Maggie 
MCCORMICK, Judith 
MCPHERSON, Arnold 
NGAI, Larry 
NGUYEN, Tong Van 
NGUYEN, Dung XI 
NORIEGA, Guadalupe 



10/07/81-06/30/82 
10/21/81-06/30/82 
09/2j/81- r '730/82 
10/07/81-06/30/82 
C. 10/21/81-06/30/82 
A. 10/07/81-06/30/82 
08/26/81-06/30/8 
10/07/81-06/30/82 
09/09/81-06/30/8 
09/09/81-06/30 



NUNLEY, Valerie La Mar 09/23/81-06/3 



o/8; 

1 



APPOINTMENTS 
COLLEGE AIDES 



811215-D6 (Continued) 



Name 



Effective 



Name 



Effective 



PARTOSA, Maria D. 0. 
PASCUA, PHILAMER R. 
PATHMANABHAN , Raveendra 
PEARSON, Laura A. 
PERREIRA, Maria Guadalupe 
PHAN, Chester P. 
PHANTHE, Lam 
QUACH, Lieu 
QUACH, Mai Hong 
QUACH, Thuy Ngoc 
QUIBUYEN, Shirley B. 
RANDALL, Darrell 
REINSTATE TRAN, Dan 
RODRIGUEY, James E. 
ROMAN, Hiram 
ROSSETTO, Robert 
SAINT-ROMAIN, Philip M. 
SEGEDY, Lesley 
SMITH, Darrel 



09/23/81-06/30/82 SORIANO, Ruel P. 

09/23/81-06/30/82 SYLVESTER, Janet S 

10/07/81-06/30/82 TANG, Laurence K. 

11/04/81-06/30/82 TON, Tuan That 

09/09/81-06/30/82 TRAN, Dung A. 

10/21/81-06/30/82 TRAN, Hieu N. 

10/07/81-06/30/82 TRAN, Long T. 

10/21/81-06/30/82 TRINH, Mai Le 

10/07/81-06/30/82 TRINH, Mai Thu 

10/07/81-06/30/82 TRUMPET, Jerome St 

10/07/81-06/30/82 TSAI, Chieh Ling 

10/07/81-06/30/82 VU, Minh Thu 

10/07/81-06/30/82 WESTLAKE, Rachel 

10/07/81-06/30/82 WONG, Lawrence S. 

10/21/81-06/30/82 WONG, Oi Lin 

11/04/81-06/30/82 WOO, Raymond 

11/04/81-06/30/82 YI, Judy S. 

09/09/81-06/30/82 YI, Lazaro 

10/21/81-06/30/82 YUEN, Stephanie 

ZEBALLOS, Gudelia 



L. 



10/21/81- 
10/07/81- 
11/04/81- 
10/21/81- 
09/09/81- 
10/07/81- 
10/21/81- 
10/07/81- 
10/07/81- 
10/07/81- 
09/09/81- 
10/21/81- 
09/23/81- 
09/23/81- 
11/04/81- 
10/07/81- 
10/07/81- 
10/21/81- 
10/21/81- 
09/09/81- 



06/30/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 
06/30/82 



811215-D7 RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed 3591 College 

Aide, City College, temporary Exempt Civil Service duty, 
REGULAR PROGRAM, (Lab. Attendants), salary at the rate of $3.57 per 
hour not to exceed $409.00 or 70 hours per month, effective on dates 
as shown below: 



Name 



Effective 



Name 



Effective 



BAMBRICK, Kenneth M. 11/04/81-06/30/82 

BOGGS, Thomas C. 10/07/81-06/30/82 

BOWEN, Brenda Young 09/23/81-06/30/82 

BOYD, Michael Anthony 10/07/81-06/30/82 

BROWN, Billy W. 10/21/81-06/30/82 

BROWN, Lawrence M. 09/23/81-06/30/82 

CENTEN0, Ana 10/21/81-06/30/82 

CHAFFEE, William S. 11/04/81-06/30/82 

CHEUNG, Ricky Y. 09/09/81-06/30/82 

CHIANG, John J. 11/04/81-06/30/82 

CHOW, David Kay 09/09/81-06/30/82 

CLINGER, Kenneth A. 10/07/81-06/30/82 

DAVIDORICH, Vera G. 10/07/81-06/30/82 

DAVIS, Yvonne R. 10/07/81-06/30/82 



DIMAURO, Dorothy A. 11/04/81-06/30/82 

ELAM, Jacqueline 10/21/81-06/30/82 

ELDRIDGE, Steven B. 10/07/81-06/30/82 

ESPINOZA, Daniel E. 09/23/81-06/30/82 

EVERETT, Mark B. 10/21/81-06/30/82 

FUNG, Octavio Y. 10/07/81-06/30/82 

GOROSPE, Arturo B. 09/23/81-06/30/82 

GRAY, Dulcina 07/01/81-06/30/82 

HECTOR, Jill 09/23/81-06/30/82 

HOCHSTRASER, Alex 10/07/81-06/30/82 

HOFFLER, Jeff 10/21/81-06/30/82 

HSU, Nang 10/07/81-06/30/82 

HUNT, Theodore L. Jr. 10/21/81-06/30/82 

INOUYE, Nancy M. 09/23/81-06/30/82 



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APPOINT M ENTS 
COLLEGE AIDES 

811215-D7 (Continued) 

Name Effective 

JEREZ, Patricia G. 10/21/81-06/30/82 

JOE, Nancy 09/23/81-06/30/82 

JORDAN, Juan 07/01/81-06/30/82 

KAHN, Paul 09/23/81-06/30/82 

K00, Ronald Y. 10/07/81-06/30/82 

KWAN, Stephen T. 09/23/81-06/30/82 

LAI, Lawrence H. 07/01/81-06/30/82 

LANDAUER, Rose M. 11/04/81-06/30/82 

LANUM, Christy P. 11/04/81-06/30/82 

LEE, David 09/23/81-06/30/82 

LEE, Linda 10/21/81-06/30/82 

LO, Milton 09/09/81-06/30/82 

MAKRIS, Rosalind E. 10/07/81-06/30/82 

MALAVE, Frnak Alexis 09/23/81-06/30/82 

MONTOYA, Emmanuel C. 07/01/81-06/30/82 

MCGUIRE, Mary J. 07/01/81-06/30/82 

PAGADOY, Bernadette J. 10/07/81-06/30/82 

PARIS, Ann 10/07/81-06/30/82 

QUAN, Marsha 09/23/81-06/30/82 

REDDITT, Vance A. 10/21/81-06/30/82 

RIVERA, Luis 09/09/81-06/30/82 

RUSH, Troy 09/09/81-06/30/82 



' 



Name Effective 

SANCHEZ, Jenean 09/09/81-06/30/82 

SMITH, Trudy 10/07/81-06/30/82 

SOLORANO, Gretha 10/21/81-06/30/82 

SUEN, Chi H. 10/07/81-06/30/82 

SUN, Eric 09/09/81-06/30/82 

SUN Pter Y. 09/23/81-06/30/82 

TANG QUAN, Victor 09/23/81-06/30/82 

THACH, Vuong 09/09/81-06/30/82 

TONG, Hoang Manh 09/09/81-06/30/82 

TOSCHI, Robert A. 10/21/81-06/30/82 

TOUSSAINT, Angela J. 10/07/81-06/30/82 

VASQUEZ, Robert Paul 09/23/81-06/30/82 

VEGA, Rena M. 11/04/81-06/30/82 

VILORIA, Gregory C. 09/23/81-06/30/82 

WALKER, Richard J. 10/07/81-06/30/82 

WEINER, Daphne L. 07/01/81-06/30/82 

WESTPHAL, Linda C. 10/07/81-06/30/82 

WILL, Robert M. 10/21/81-06/30/82 

WON, Stephanie Rena 07/01/81-06/30/82 



TRANSFERS 
COLLEGE AIDES 

811215-D8 RESOLVED: That the following 3591 College Aides, temporary Exempt Civil 

Service employees, assigned to City College REGULAR 
PROGRAM, be transferred to WORK STUDY PROGRAM, effective on dates as 
shown below: 



Name 

DIMAURO, Dorothy A. 
OSORIO, Jaime 
YEE, Toni 



Effective 

11/04/81 
10/07/81 
10/07/81 



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«i 



TRANSFERS 
COLLEGE AIDES 

811215-D9 RESOLVED: That the following 3591 College Aides, temporary Civil 

Service employees, assigned to City College WORK STUDY 
PROGRAM, be transferred to REGULAR PROGRAM, effective on dates as shown below: 



Name 

BROWN, Peter 
DAGO, Orestes 
HO, Hoi-Ming 
LOU I, Yvonne Y. 
LY, True T. 
NEAL, Barbara 
NGUYEN, Hanh My 
STANCAVAGE, William A. 
TOY, Gingmon Winky 



Effective 

10/21/81 
10/07/81 
10/07/81 
11/04/81 
10/07/81 
10/07/81 
10/21/81 
10/07/81 
10/21/81 



RELEASES 

811215-D10 RESOLVED 

Name 

BOLAND, Kevin 
DIAZ, Elena 
ALFONSO, Lourdes 
BRAJK0VIC, Mary J. 
0AKES, John J. 
SHAPIRO, Zadik 
GRAY, Janet D. 
JORSTAD, David 
RENAKER, Joyce 
V0NG, Duong 
JONES, Wayne 
SMITH, Rory K. 



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That the following temporary persons be released close 
of day on dates as shown below: 



Class 

1404 Clerk, P.T. 
1406 Sr. Clerk 
1424 Clerk Typist 

1446 Sr. Clerk 

Stenographer 
1487 Financial Aids 

Assistant 
1487 Financial Aids 

Assistant 
3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 
8202 Security Guard 

8272 TIA Campus 
Control, P.T. 



Location 
City College 
City College 
City College 
J. 0'Connell CCC 
City College 
City College 
City College 
Career Guidance 
City College 
J. 0'Connell CCC 
Career Guidance 
ITP 



Effective 

06/30/81 

11/03/81 

11/17/81 

10/20/81 

10/20/81 

10/20/81 

10/21/81 

08/14/81 

06/30/81 

08/31/81 

10/30/81 

09/30/81 



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RELEASES 



811215-D11 RESOLVED 
on dates 
Name 

CLARK, Lois 
DIXON, Sybil 
FERMAN, Patricia 
HUEY, Carol John 
QUAN, John 
SAUCEDA, Linda 
SHIN, Young Kyun 
WESTBROOKS, Elisa 
BROWN, Sue 
CARR, Melody Dawn 
DIEP, Kim 
MARTINEZ, Deborah 
SHANAFELT, Mary B. 
WADE, Nancy R. 
WONG, Wanda F. 
NG, May 

WONG, Jolene G. 
CAPITELLI, Liliana 
LOUICHROWATANA, S. 
MILLER, Kevan 
CATALDI, No rah 
MCLOUGHLIN, Jeanne M. 
TORRES, Mary Ann 



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That the following Exempt Civil Service persons be 
released from their temporary appointments close of day 
as shown below: 



Class 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 
1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 
1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 
1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 
1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 
1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 
1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 
1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 
1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 
1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 
1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 
1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 
1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 
1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1426 Sr. Clerk Typist, 

P.T. 
1840 Jr. Management 

Assistant, P.T. 
2402 Laboratory Helper, 

P.T. 
2615 Sch. Lunchroom 

Helper, P.T. 
2615 Sch. Lunchroom 

Helper, P.T. 
2709 School Custodian, 

P.T. 
3591 College Aide, P.T. 

3591 College Aide, P.T. 

3591 College Aide, P.T. 



Location 

J. Adams CCC 

St. Presch. Prog. 

(J. Adams CCC) 
Mission CCC 

City College 

City College 

Career Guidance 

J. Adams CCC 

Career Guidance 

J. O'Connell 

City College 

J. O'Connell CCC 

J. O'Connell CCC 

City College 

Career Guidance 

City College 

City College 

City College 

City College 

(Cafeteria) 
City College 

(Cafeteria) 
St. Presch. Prog. 

(J. Adams CCC) 
Alemany CCC 

City College 

(Cafeteria) 
City College 

(Cafeteria) 



Effective 

09/03/81 

06/15/81 

11/17/81 

06/30/81 

06/30/81 

11/18/81 

07/31/81 

08/12/81 

10/30/81 

06/30/81 

08/31/81 

06/30/81 

06/30/81 

11/06/81 

06/30/81 

06/30/81 

08/25/81 

09/15/81 

07/31/81 

06/15/81 

11/03/81 

10/22/81 

10/05/81 



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ELEASES 



811215-1)11 (Continued) 
W Name 

TRIA, Hazel 

CHAN, Lai 

CHLASTAWA, Joan E. 

QUIRK, Amy 

ROGERS, Cynthia 

ALFARO, Dennis K. 

BELCHE, Joe 

BOOTHE, Charles 

CAMP, Matthew 

DALAROY, Bouachan 

FARRELL, Ursula M. 

HARVEY, Gwendolyn F. 
m KAY, Simon 

LIEU, Hang Le 

MAESTAS, David 

MARTINEZ, Violet V. 

ONABIYI, Tumani 

PANGOU, Jean L. 

SLATER, Lucinda 

STEEB, Michael 

TCHAKALIAN, Lola A. 

TSUI, Tak Kun 

WOODBURY, Wayne 

NGOU, Michael A. 



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Class 

3591 College Aide, P.T, 

3597 School Aide II, 

P.T. 
3597 School Aide II, 

P.T. 
3597 School Aide II, 

P.T. 

3597 School Aide II, 
P.T. 

3598 School Aide III, 
P.T. 

3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 
8202 Security Guard, 

P.T. 



Location 

City College 
(Cafeteria) 
CC Centers Division 

City College 

City College 

City College 

Mission CCC 

City College 

City College 

Career Guidance 

ITP 

City College 

S.F. Skills Center 

City College 

J. O'Connell CCC 

Mission CCC 

S.F. Skills Center 

City College 

City College 

S.F. Skills Center 

City College 

ITP 

J. O'Connell CCC 

City College 

J. O'Connell CCC 



Effective 

06/30/81 

10/23/81 

11/13/81 

10/12/81 

07/31/81 

10/03/81 

06/30/81 

06/04/81 

10/29/81 

09/30/81 

10/16/81 

06/30/81 

06/15/81 

08/31/81 

09/28/81 

06/30/81 

06/30/81 

07/31/81 

06/30/81 

11/16/81 

09/30/81 

08/31/81 

06/30/81 

06/30/81 



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RESIGNATIONS 



811215-1)12 RESOLVED: 

Name 

HOLMES, Ina 
BERARD, Dianne L. 
LAWSON, Barbara 
JOHNSON, Willie Jr. 



That the resignations of the following permanent employees 
be accepted close of day on dates as shown below: 



Class 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 

1840 Jr. Management 

Assistant 
2709 School Custodian 



Location 
J. O'Connell CCC 
Downtown CCC 
Downtown CCC 
City College 



Effective 

10/02/81 

10/01/81 

09/07/81 

10/30/81 



811215-D13 RESOLVED: 

Name 

CASTILLO, Ruth A. 
GUTIERREZ, Maria E. 
HANEY, Murtice 
DOCKERY, Lucy G. 
WICKS, David 



That the resignations of the following temporary employees 
be accepted close of day on dates as shown below: 



Class 

1424 Clerk Typist 
1424 Clerk Typist 
1424 Clerk Typist 



Location 
Mission CCC 
J. Adams CCC 
S.F. Skills Center 



1706 Telephone Operator, City College 

P.T. 
2709 School Custodian City College 



Effective 

10/20/81 

10/26/81 

10/23/81 

10/28/81 

11/06/81 



SUSPENSION 



811215-D14 



RESOLVED: That Kelvin C. BREWSTER temporary 2709 School Custodian 

assigned to City College, be suspended with loss of salary 
for the period of suspension, effective November 4, 1981 for a period 
of two (2) days to return to duty on November 6, 1981. 



TERMINATION 
811215-D15 RESOLVED: 
10/28/81. 

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That Erlinda Y. KAPADIA, temporary 1424 Clerk Typist 
assigned to City College, be terminated close of day 



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TERMINATIONS 



811215-D16 RESOLVED: 



That Francisco J. FONSECA, temporary 2709 School Custodian 
assigned to City College, be terminated close of day 11/05/81, 



811215-D17 RESOLVED: That Marvin H. OWENS, temporary 2709 School Custodian 

assigned to City College, be terminated close of day 11/03/81, 



LEAVES 

811215-D18 RESOLVED: 

Name 

SULLIVAN, Marian 
CANYON, Sharon D. 
FOLLAN Helen 
MARTIN, Venia M. 
MILLER, Sharon 
MORRIS, Anne J. 
FU, Edmund Y.M. 
KEENAN, John M. 
STROUGHTER, French 



That the following named persons be granted leave of 
absence as shown below: 

Effec. & 
Class Location Duration Reason 



District 

Office 
City College 



J. O'Connell 

CCC 
Career 

Guidance 
City College 



1220 Payroll 

Clerk 
1424 Clerk 

Typist 
1424 Clerk 

Typist 
1426 Sr. Clerk 

Typist 
1426 Sr. Clerk 

Typist 
1853 Control Clk.City College 

E.D.P. 

7334 Stationary City College 
Engineer 

7335 Senior City College 
Stationary Engineer 

8207 B & G City College 
Patrolman Officer 



12/23/81 for 

2 weeks 
10/29/81 for 

7 months 
09/14/81 for 

2 weeks 
10/07/81 for 

6 weeks 
11/09/81 for 

1 year 
10/21/81 

(Indefinite) 
11/12/81 for 

6 months 
11/12/81 for 

6 months 
11/18/81 

(Indefinite) 



Illness 

Personal business 

Illness 

Personal business 

Personal business 

To accept temp. 

1855, same dept. 
To accept temp. 

7335, same dept. 
Personal business 

To accept temp. 
8204, same dept. 



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salary increment 
"increases 

811215-d19 resolved: 

Name 

HO, Diana Y. 
JACKSON, Gwendolyn 
JARANILLA, Marilyn 
MATAU, Mataniu M. 
NELSON, William 
RUGGERI, Gloria 
RUSSO, Vincent 
WONG, Wendy 
HALE, Steven 
WU, Marva 
BELTRAN, Rodger R. 
BRU BAKER, Deborah A. 
ABAD, Fernando Jr. 
KUNG, Gloria 
BLAIR, Lawrence 
KWAN, Chau S. 
McMILLAN, Mary 
MAYNEZ, William 



That the salaries of the following named persons be 
increased effective on dates as shown below: 



Class 


Location 


Effec. 


From 




To 


1424 Clerk Typist 


City College 


01/02/82 


$465 


B 


$487 


1424 Clerk Typist 


City College 


01/01/82 


$465 


B 


$487 


1424 Clerk Typist 


Dist. Office 


12/17/81 


$465 


B 


$487 


1424 Clerk Typist 


City College 


01/29/82 


$465 


B 


$487 


1424 Clerk Typist 


City College 


01/15/82 


$465 


B 


$487 


1426 Sr. Clk. Typist 


City College 


12/31/81 


$586 


B 


$614 


1426 Sr. Clk. Typist 


City College 


10/15/81 


$560 


B 


$586 


1426 Sr. Clk. Typist 


CC Centers 
Division 


01/31/82 


$586 


B 


$614 


1446 Sr. Clerk 


City College 


01/01/82 


$586 


B 


$614 


Stenographer 












1486 ED Credentials 


District 


12/03/81 


$625 


B 


$655 


Tech. 


Office 










1768 TIA Photography 


City College 


12/17/81 


$544 


B 


$570 


Cinematography 












1768 TIA Photography 


City College 


12/24/81 


$544 


B 


$570 


Cinematography 












1934 Storekeeper 


City College 


12/19/81 


$647 


B 


$677 


2439 TIA-LAB 


City College 


01/01/82 


$842 


B 


$882 


Storeroom Mgr. 












2447 TIA Chemistry 


City College 


12/17/81 


$580 


B 


$608 


3538 TIA Language 


City College 


01/29/82 


$536 


B 


$562 


Laboratory 












3599 TIA Guidance 


Career 


01/01/82 


$444 


B 


$465 


Aide 


Guidance 










5384 TIA Electronic 


City College 


01/01/82 


$714 


B 


$748 



Technician 



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REMOVE NAME 
FROM RECORDS 

811215-D20 RESOLVED: That the name of Pik K. TOY, 2709 School Custodian on 

permanent duty at City College, be removed from the 
records close of day 11/17/81 due to a transfer to S.F. Unified 
School District. 



AMENDMENT TRANSFER 
COLLEGE AIDES 

811215-D21 RESOLVED: That the transfer of the following 3591 College Aides, P.T. , 

temporary Civil Service employees under REGULAR PROGRAM, on 
Resolution No. 811020-D9 effective 09/16/81 be amended to be effective 
09/09/81. 

Name 

COTA, Guadalupe 

Ho, Thuy Ha 

SHIMA, John Douglas 



811215-D22 RESOLVED: That the transfer of the following 3591 College Aides, P.T. , 

temporary Civil Service employees under REGULAR PROGRAM, on 
Resolution No. 811020-D9 effective 09/23/81 be amended to be effective 
09/09/81. 

Name 

LOO, Andy 
STANDERWICK, Wayne 
RUSH, Troy E. 



AMENDMENT 
APPOINTMENT 

811215-D23 RESOLVED: That the appointment of Matthew E. HARRIS, temporary 3591 

College Aide, P. T., under WORK STUDY PROGRAM, on Resolution 
No. 811020-D6 effective 09/23/81 be amended to be effective 09/09/81. 



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AMENDM ENT 
APPOINTMENT 



811215-D24 RESOLVED 



I 



That the appointment of Luis RIVERA, temporary 3591 College 
Aide, P.T., under REGULAR PROGRAM, on Resolution No. 811020-D7 
effective 09/23/81 be amended to be effective 09/09/81. 



RESCINDMENT 

TRANSFER COLLEGE AIDE 

811215-D25 RESOLVED: That the transfer of Roy K. L. CHIU , temporary 3591 College 

Aide, P.T., under WORK STUDY PROGRAM, assigned to City College 
to be effective 09/23/81 on Resolution No. 811020-D8, be rescinded. 



CHANGE OF STATUS 

811215-D26 RESOLVED: That Mary WILLIAMS, temporary 1487 Financial Aids Assistant 

assigned to City College, be released cod 10/20/81; and that 
effective 10/21/81 she be appointed permanent 1487 Financial Aids 
Assistant, subject to the usual probationary period, assigned to the 
same department. 



811215-D27 RESOLVED: That Howard L. ROSS, temporary 7347 Plumber assigned to 

City College, be released cod 11/03/81; and that effective 
11/04/81 he be appointed permanent 7347 Plumber, subject to the usual 
probationary period, assigned to the same department. 



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SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 

Classified Employees 
(Includes Permanent, Temporary & Part-time) 
New Employees Ethnic Survey 
As of December 15, 1981 



1 


F 


A/PI 


1 


F 


H 


1 


M 


B 


1 


F 


W 


2 


F 


H 


1 


M 


A/PI 


1 


F 


H 


1 


F 


B 


2 


F 


H 


1 


F 


A/PI 


2 


M 


W 


1 


F 


W 


1 


F 


F 


1 


F 


W 


1 


F 


A/PI 


1 


F 


W 


1 


F 


B 


1 


F 


A/PI 


1 


F 


F 


1 


M 


W 


2 


M 


H 


1 


F 


W 


1 


F 


H 


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17 





1203 Personnel Technician 

1203 Personnel Technician 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1404 Clerk, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1487 Financial Aids Assistant 

1487 Financial Aids Assistant 

1487 Financial Aids Assistant 

1488 TIA Evaluation Technician 
1720 Data Entry Operator 

3597 School Aide II, P.T. 
3597 School Aide II, P.T. 
3597 School Aide II, P.T. 

3597 School Aide II, P.T. 

3598 School Aide III, P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, P.T. 



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1 


M 


w 


2 


M 


B 


1 


M 


A/PI 


1 


F 


W 


1 


M 


B 



7347 Plumber 

8204 Institution Police Officer 
8204 Institution Police Officer 
8207 B & G Patrolman Officer 
8272 TIA Campus Control 



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12/15/81 



• 



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san wa:;cisco co:?iu:nTY coli.ixi: district 
classi n i:i> employers 

(Includes remanent, Temporary I P.irt-Tinc) 

* 

ETHNIC SURVEY 
AS OF December 15, 198l' 



KUMBER 0? EMPLOYEES 



• 


Unite 


Black 


Hisoanic 


Asian 
Pac. Ts. 


Filipino 


An. Ind. 
Ak.' Nat. 


Total 


Kale 


•124 


80 


36 


* 60 


28 




328 


Female 


188 


61 


60 


88 


32 


1 


430* 


Total 


312 


■ 

141 


96 


148 


60 


" 1 


758 



PERCENTAGE 



• 


Vhite 


Black 


Hisoanic 


Asian 

Pac. Is. 


Tilioino 


Am. Ind". 
Ak. Nat. 


• 
Total 


Male 


16.4 


10.6 


4.8 


7.9 


3.7 




43.4 


Female 


24.8 


8.0 


7.9 • 


. 11.6 


4.2 


• 

.1 


56.6 


Total 


41.2 


18.6 


«,- 1 


19.5 


7.9 


.1 


100.0* 





White 


11 -»<-v 


M.wi««. 


Asian 

P.ic. Is. 


Am. Ind. 
Ak. K.-»t. 


Other 


Total 


SK -19S0 
Census 


45.92 


12.72 


12.31 


21.72 


0-5%' 


6.92 


100.02 



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12/15/81 



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Pac. Is. 

A™. Ind. 
Ak. Nat. 



Pacific Islander 
American Indian 
AInr.kan Native 



SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 

CALSSIFILD EMPLOYEES 
(Includes Permanent, Temporary & Part-Time) 
ETHNIC SURVEY 
AS OF December 16. 1980 

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 





White 


1 "~ — — — - - 

Black 


Hispanic 


Asian 
Pac. Ts. 


Fi ] S pi no 


Am . Ind . 

Ak. Nat. 


Total 


Halo 


122 


83 


38 


54 


22 




319 


Female 


206 


67 


47 


85 


34 


1 


440 


Total 


328 


150 


85 


139 


56 


1 


759 



PERCENTAGE 





White 


Black 


Hispanic 


Asian 
Pac. Is. 


Fil ipino 


Am. Inc. 

Ak. Nat. 


Total 


Male 


16.1 


10.9 


5.0 


7.1 


2.9 




42.0 


Fcma 1 e 


27.1 


8.9 


6.2 


11.2 


4.5 


.1 


58.0 


Total 


43.2 


19.8 


11.2 • 


18.3 

i i 


7.4 


.1 


100.0 



) 





White 


*M -.,-V 


-Jlflnanlr 


Asian 

Pac. Is. 


Am. Ind. 
Ak. Nat. 


Other 


Total 


1 SF -19S0 
■ Census 


45.91 


12. 7Z 


12. 3Z 


21.7Z 


0.5%' 


6.9Z 


ioo. o: 



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Pac. Is. - Pacific Islander 
Am. Ind. - American Indian 
Ak. Nat. - Alaskan Native 



) 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 



Subject: Resolutions No. 811215G1-G12 

Certificated Personnel, City College Division 



President and Members: 



Resolutions No. 811215G1-G12 cover certificated personnel 
items for the City College Division. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Juanita U. Pascual 
Vice President 
Administrative Services 



Recommended for Adoption 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/Superintendent 



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12/15/81 



Kenneth S. Washington 
President 



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811215-G1 

Hourly 

Teaching 

Appointments 

Fall Semester 

1981 



RESOLVED: That the following named instructors be appointed 
to teach for the number of hours per week set opposite their names 
during the Fall Semester, 1981. Unless otherwise indicated, the 
effective dates for Day and Evening hours are September 9, 1981 
through January 29, 1982. Salary shall be in accordance with the 
current salary schedule, instructional rate: 



Name 



Department 



Day Eve/Sat Total Effective 
Hours Hours Weekly Dates 



+HOCHEDE, RONALD 
*OLOCKI, ROBERT 
SILVERMAN, HAROLD 
WAICIS, LINDA 



Health Science 
Aeronautics 
Journalism 
Consumer Arts 



2 

11 

3 



2 

11 

3 

6 



11/19/81-1/29/82 
11/13/81-1/29/82 
11/3-11/11/81 



811215-G2 
Changes in 
Hourly 
Appointments 
Fall 1981 



Name 



RESOLVED: That the following changes in hourly teaching 
appointments be noted. Unless otherwise indicated, the effective 
dates for Day and Evening hours are September 9, 1981 through 
January 29, 1982. Salary shall be in accordance with the current 
salary schedule, instructional rate: 



Increase 
+GARF INKLE, JOAN 



Department 



From Business 
and Business 
To Business 
and Business 
and Business 



Day 
Hours 



Eve/Sat 
Hours 



Total 
Weekly 



Effective 
Dates 



11/5/81-1/14/82 

11/5/81-1/14/82 
11/16/81-1/29/82 



. 



LARS EN, JOHN 



From Photography 
To Photography 
and Photography 



11/3-11/6/81 



TOMPKINS, JOHN A. 



From Business 
and Business 
To Business 
and Business 



9/10-10/29/81 
9/10/81-1/20/82 



YAMANAKA, MORGAN 



From Behavioral Sci. 3 
To Behavioral Sci. 3 
and Behavioral Sci. 3 



1L/30/81-1/18/82 



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12/15/81 



*New hourly instructor--appointment contingent upon possession and 
recordation of an appropriate California Community College Credential 

+Regular full time instructor- -extra pay. 



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811215-G2 (continued) 



Name 



Decrease 



CORNELL, ELIZABETH 



KALA, FLORDELIZA 



LENETAKI, SOPHIA 



WOLKOFF, SIDNEY 



ZAPATA, DARYL 



Cancel 
CORR, JOHN 
GRUBB, FRANCES 
GUTIERREZ, RICARDO 
MILLER, SIDNEY 







Day 


Department 


Hours 


From 


Study Center 


3 


and 


Study Center 


3 


and 


Study Center 


3 


To 


Study Center 


3 


and 


Study Center 


3 


and 


Study Center 


3 


From 


C.D.P.C. 




and 


C.D.P.C. 




and 


C.D.P.C. 




and 


C.D.P.C. 




To 


C.D.P.C. 




and 


C.D.P.C. 




and 


C.D.P.C. 




and 


C.D.P.C. 




From 


Foreign Lang. 




To 


Foreign Lang. 




From 


Business 




To 


Business 





Eve/Sat Total Effective 
Hours Weekly Dates 



From P.E. South 
To P.E. South 



Business 
Journalism 
C.D.P.C. 
Aeronautics 



10 
8 



3 
11 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

6 
3 

6 
3 

10 
8 



2 

3 

2 

11 



9/9-9/16/81 
10/19-11/23/81 
12/1/81-1/22/82 
9/9-9/16/81 
10/19- 10/21/81 
12/1/81 only 

9/9-9/17/81 

9/12-10/31/81 

11/4/81-1/20/82 

11/14/81-1/23/82 

9/9-9/17/81 

9/12-10/31/81 

11/4/81 only 

11/14/81-1/23/82 



9/10/81-1/29/82 



9/18/81-1/29/82 



11/10/81 
11/13/81 
11/16/81 
10/19/81 



811215-G3 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



RESOLVED: That resolution 810505-G5, Leaves of Absence, be 
amended in part as follows: 



Change 

from BEAL, ETHEL 



to 
and 



BEAL, ETHEL 
BEAL, ETHEL 



Reason 

Personal Business 

Personal Business 

7.5/15 for Personal Business 



Effective Date 
9/8/81-6/21/82 

9/8/81-1/29/82 

2/8-6/21/82 



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811215-G4 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



RESOLVED: That resolution 810804-G15, Amendment to 
Resolution, Temporary Long-Term Substitutes, be further amended 
as follows: 

Department 
fro m GODOY, RAFAEL Foreign Language 



vice Jacquelyn Green vice Ethel Beal 

to GODOY, RAFAEL Foreign Language 
vice Jacquelyn Green vice Ethel Beal 



and GODOY, RAFAEL 



Foreign Language 



Effective Dates 



vice Kristin vonKreisler Bomben, English Department 



9/8/81-6/21/82 
9/8/81-1/29/82 
2/8-6/21/82 



811215-G5 

Evening 

Division 

Counselors 

5410 



RESOLVED: That the following named Counselors be appointed 
to serve in the Evening Division on November 18, 1981, for a total 
of 3 hours each. Salary shall be in accordance with the current 
salary schedule, instructional rate: 

Name 
+CHIN, JESSIE 
+LUM, HELEN 
+McG0VERN, YVONNE 
+SP0ERER, DALE 
+W0NG, PAUL 



811215-G6 
Evening 
Divisi on 

Assistant 
Site 
Manager 
5410 



RESOLVED: That +WELLS, WALLACE, be appointed to serve as 
Evening Division Assistant Site Manager on November 25, 1981 and 
December 21, 1981, for a total of 7> hours each. Salary shall he 
in accordance with the current salary schedule, non-instructional 
rate. 



811215-G7 RESOLVED: That effective December 21, 1981 through February 5, 

Special 1982, +SAPIR0, MARK, be appointed to serve in the Computer Services 

Assignment Department to support and coordinate on-line registration for a 

Computer total of 77 hours. Salary shall be in accordance with the current 

Services salary schedule, non-instructional rate. 



811215-G8 RESOLVED: That for the purpose of record clearance, the 

Demise demise of GRUBB, FRANCES on November 13, 1981, be noted. 



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+Regular full-time instructor—extra pay. 



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81121S-G9 

Name 

Change 



RESOLVED: That the following name change be made for payroll 
purposes: 



from +TYSON, MARY 



to +HANNA, MARY B, 



811215-G10 RESOLVED: That the following named certificated personnel 
Hourly be appointed to serve as hourly substitutes for absent instructors 
Substitutes for the Academic Year 1981-82. Salary shall be in accordance with 
the current salary schedule, instructional rate: 

Name 

COLLAMORE, HARRY 
FRANCESCHI, MARY 
HERCH, FRANK 
LOOK, WALLACE 
LYDEN, ERIC 
MOGEL, MICHAEL 
N0VOGR0DSKY, DAVID 
OLSEN, JACK 
PALM, CHRISTOPHER 
REGAN, AILEEN 
SCHNEIDER, ISOBEL 
SIMINI, MARCELLINE 
SMITH, PATRICIA 
SONH, MARY LYNN 
TENNISON, JAY 
VANDER VALL, ETHEL 
YATES -IMAH, CAROL 



811215-G11 
Concert/ 
Lecture 
Series 



Concerts 



RESOLVED: That the following named individuals be appointed 
for the dates shown and be granted the honorarium indicated: 

Performer: AFM Local 6, Musician's Performance Trust Fund, for 

Joseph Gold and Cesar Cancino 
Date: December 3, 1981--11:00 a.m. 
Location: A133 
Honor ar ium : $ 6 
Concert: Violin and Piano Concert 



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12/15/81 



Violinist Joseph Gold in an internationally reknowned soloist, 
teacher, writer and musical authority. A student of Jascha Heifetz, 
he has a M.A. degree and three teaching credentials. Pianist Cesar 
Cancino has performed widely in the Bay Area and across the country, 
as well as on radio and television. He excels as soloist, chamber 
musician, and accompanist. 



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811215-G11 Performer: Eric Grothkopp for San Francisco Players 

(continued) Date: December 6, 1981 - 4 p.m. 

Rehearsals: November 30, 1981 and December 5, 1981 

Location: Old First Presbyterian Church 

Honorarium: $500 

Concert: Judas Maccabeus --CCSF Choir 

These ten string players are recent graduates of either the S.F. 

Conservatory of Music or S.F. State University. They are extremely 

capable players comparable to those in the Lamplighters and the 
Oakland Opera Orchestra. 

Performer: Baker Peeples 

Date: December 6, 1981 - 4 p.m. 

Rehearsals: November 30, 1981 and December 5, 1981 

Location: Old First Presbyterian Church 

Honorarium: $100 

Concert: Judas Maccabeus -- CCS F Choir 

Baker Peeples, tenor, recently finished a tour with the Lamplighters 
in their production of The Student Prince . He has sung with the 
CCSF Choir twice before in Handel's Samson and Haydn's Creation . 

Performer: Elizabeth Anker 

Date: December 6, 1981 - 4 p.m. 

Rehearsals: November 30, 1981 and December 5, 1981 

Location: Old First Presbyterian Church 

Honorarium: $100 

Concert: Judas Maccabeus- -CCSF Choir 

Elizabeth Anker, contralto, is a member of the Louis Magor Singers 
and a long time member of the professional core of the S. F. 
Symphony Chorus. She has sung in many fine performances throughout 
the Bay Area. 



811215-G12 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



Cancel 
NAGER, SANDRA 



RESOLVED: That resolution 811103-G9, Amendment to Resolution, 
Additional Hours of Service, be further amended as follows: 



Department 
Consumer Arts 



Day 
Hours 



Eve/Sat 
Hours 



Total 
Weekly 
3 



Effective 

Dates 
11/3/81 



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City College of San Francisco 



ETHNIC SURVEY 



NEW FIRST TIME INSTRUCTORS HIRED BY CITY COLLEGE BY AUTHORITY 
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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811215H1-H6 
Certificated Personnel 
Categorically Funded Programs 
City College of San Francisco 



President and Members: 

Resolution No. 811215H1-H6 covers certificated personnel items 
in categorically funded programs for City College of San Francisco. Services 
are required and funds have been provided by the grantor for each of the 
categorically funded programs appointments. 

California Education Code Section 87470 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may employ persons 
possessing an appropriate credential as certificated employees in programs 
and projects to perform services conducted under contract with public or 
private agencies, or other categorically funded projects of indeterminate 
duration. The terms and conditions under which such persons are employed 
shall be mutually agreed upon by the employee and the governing board and 
such agreement shall be reduced to writing. Service pursuant to this section 
shall not be included in computing the service required as a prerequisite to 
attainment of, or eligibility to, classification as a regular employee of a 
community college district..." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Juanita U. Pascual 
Vice President 
Administrative Services 



Recommended for Adoption: 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chance 1 lor/Superintendent 



HI to H6 
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Kenneth S. Washington 
President 



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811215-111 

Special 

Programs 

Registration 

Counselors 



RESOLVED: That the following named EOPS Counselors be 
appointed to provide registration counseling and orientation in 
the Special Programs Department for a total of 20 hours per week 
for the effective dates indicated. Salary shall be in accordance 
with the current salary schedule, instructional rate. Funded EOPS. 



Name 

ARMISTEAD, ELIZABETH 
+CHIN, WILLIAM 

DELGADO, RITA 
+GRIFFIN, BERNICE 
+KWAN, MARION 
+LARIN, RENATO 
+McLEAN, CARLOS 

UBUNGEN, DENNIS 



Effective Dates 



12/21- 
12/21- 
12/21- 
12/21- 
12/21- 
12/21- 
12/21- 
12/21- 



12/29/81 
12/30/81 
12/30/81 
12/30/81 
12/30/81 
12/30/81 
12/30/81 
12/30/81 



811215-H2 RESOLVED: That effective December 21 through December 30, 1981, 

Special +LEE, FANNY, be appointed to provide program research and development 

Assignment in the Special Programs Department for 20 hours per week. Salary 

Special shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, non-in- 

Programs structional rate. Funded EOPS 100%. 



811215-H3 RESOLVED: That effective November 17, 1981 through January 29, 
Special 1982, +CH0W, VICTOR, be appointed to provide curriculum development 
Assignment for the EOPS Basic Remediation Component for the Special Programs 
Special Department for 7 hours per week. Salary shall be in accordance 
Programs with the current salary schedule, non-instructional rate. Funded 
EOPS 100%. 






811215-H4 
Sex Equity 
Coordinator 
Gl-4300- 
12000E 



RESOLVED: That effective October 19, 1981 through June 30, 1982, 
+BAILEY, JOYCE, be appointed to serve as the City College Vocational 
Education Sex Equity Coordinator for a total of 6 hours per week. 
salary shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, 
instructional rate. Funded VEA Subpart 3, 811006-B9. 



811215-H5 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



RESOLVED: That resolution 810915-H6, Special Assignment, CAP 
Project, be amended in part as follows: 



Change effective dates 

TUCKER, DIANE from 9/9/81-1/22/82 



to 9/9-12/14/81 



+Regular full-time instructor — extra pay. 



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811215-H6 RESOLVED: That resolution 811006-H1, Amendment to Resolution, 
Amendment to Special Assignment, CAP Project, be further amended to show the 
Resolution following: 

Increase Hours/Week Effective Dates 

EVERS, KATHLEEN 8 9/10-9/27/81 

and 13 9/28-12/13/81 

and 18 12/14/81-1/22/82 



" 



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12/15/81 



» 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolutions No. 811215- Jl to 811215- J3 
Certificated Personnel 
Categorically Funded Programs 
Community College Centers 

President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 811215- Jl to 811215-J3 cover certificated personnel 
items in categorically funded programs for the Community College Centers. 
Services are required and funds have been provided by the grantor for each 
of the categorically funded program appointments. 

California Education Code Section 87470 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may employ persons 
possessing an appropriate credential as certificated employees in programs 
and projects to perform services conducted under contract with public or 
private agencies, or other categorically funded projects of indeterminate 
duration. The terms and conditions under which such persons are employed 
shall be mutually agreed upon by the employee and the governing board and 
such agreement shall be reduced to writing. Service pursuant to this section 
shall not be included in computing the service required as a prerequisite 
to attainment of, or eligibility to, classification as a regular employee 
of a community college district..." 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 

Recommended for adoption: 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor /Superintendent 

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COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



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811215-J2 RESOLVED: That Resolution No. 811103-J1, 

Amendment pertaining to Categorically Funded Hourly 

Appointments, be amended to show the Appointment 
of BELANN LUX, Parent Education (St. Preschool 
Program) as 15 Hrs./Wk. (I) instead of as 
15 Hrs./Wk. (NI). 



811215-J3 RESOLVED: That the following named certificated 

Supervisory employee be assigned additional responsibilities during 

Stipend the Academic Year 1981-82, stipend amount as indicated. 

NAME STIPEND 



Pon, Teresa $1,350 for 1981-82-pro-rated 
to days served beginning 
10/1/81. 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolutions No. 811215-K1 to 8U215-K17 
Certificated Personnel 
Community College Centers 

President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 811215-K1 to 811215-K17 cover certificated 
personnel items for the Community College Centers. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Recommended for adoption: 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussroan 
Chancellor /Superintendent 



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President 

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COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



811215-K5 
Amendment 



RESOLVED: That the following resolutions, 
pertaining to Temporary Appointments, be amended 
to show the ending dates of the Appointments for 
the following employees. 



NAME 

Buckley, Karen W. 

Elliott, Virgil 
Ellison, Carole 

Gibney, Connie 
Goldseger, Rinea 

Long, Electra 
Long, Electra 

Magno , Norma 

Otterson, Dorothy 



CENTER 



RESOLUTION NO. DATES SHOWN 



29 Downtown 811020-K6 



29 Downtown 
29 Downtown 

20 J. Adams 
20 J. Adams 

29 Downtown 
29 Downtown 

20 J. Adams 

15 Galileo 



810901-K1 
811006-K2 

811020-K1 
811020-K1 

810901-K1 
811006-K1 

811020-K1 

811006-K1 



10/30/81 

12/10/81 
12/3/81 

12/14/81 
11/25/81 

1/19/81 
1/14/82 

12/15/81 

11/17/81 



S HOULD BE 

11/6/81 

1/14/82 
12/9/81 

12/28/81 
12/2/81 

10/6/81 
10/15/81 

12/23/81 

11/24/81 



811215-K6 
Change of 
Name 



811215-K7 
Change of 
Name 



811215-K8 
Change of 
Name 



811215-K9 
Leave of 
Absence 



811215-K10 
Leave of 
Absence 



RESOLVED: That the name of LILLIAN A. FLORES , 
Hourly Instructor, Alemany Community College Center 
of the Community College Division, be changed to 
LILLIAN A. HANSON, effective October 20, 1981. 

RESOLVED: That the name of MAUREEN MC C READY , 
Hourly Instructor, Alemany Community College Center 
of the Community College Division, be changed to 
MAUREEN Y. ROONEY, effective September 13, 1981. 

RESOLVED: That the name of PENNY PAINTER-SCHULTZ, 
Hourly Instructor, Downtown Community College Center 
of the Community College Division, be changed to 
PENNY PAINTER, effective September 9, 1981. 

RESOLVED: That effective January 11, 1982 thru 
May 28, 1982, ESTELLE BECKER, Schedule I Instructor, 
Alemany Community College Center, be granted a 1/5 
leave of absence from her position; reason: Personal 
Business, leave without pay. 

RESOLVED: That effective January 11, 1982 thru 
May 28, 1982, SHERYL REISER, Schedule II Instructor, 
Chinatown/North Beach Community Center, be granted a 
leave of absence from her position; reason: Illness, 
leave without pay. 



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COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



♦ 






811215-K11 


Extension of 


Lea\. .: of 


Absence 


811215-K12 


Retirement 


State 



RESOLVED: That effective January 11, 1982 thru 
May 28, 1982, JOAN HANFORD YOUNG, Schedule I Instructor, 
Alemany Community College Center, be granted an 
Extension of her 1/5 Leave of Absence from her position; 
reason: Child Care, leave without pay. 

RESOLVED: That recognition be given OPAL I. FONTAINE, 
Schedule I Instructor, John Adams Community College Center 
(Voc. Nursing Department) of her intent to retire through 
the State Teachers' Retirement System, effective December 
18, 1981. 



811215-K13 

Instructional 

Program 



RESOLVED: That the following instructional 
program be approved and given at the location shown. 
For administrative purposes, the following program 
is attached to Galileo Community College Center. 



811215-K14 

Instructional 

Program 



Class: Introduction to Hospice Care 

Location: U. S. Public Health Serv. Hosp. - 14th Ave. & Lake 

Instructor: Francis J. Baron 

No. of Sessions: 5 

Hours per Session: 3 

Fee per Session: $75.00 

Period of Time: 10/1/81-10/29/81 

Group Leaders: Stephen Connor, Doris Fine, Jerome 

Schofferman, Christine Vinson, 

Peg Blumberg 

RESOLVED: That the following instructional 
program be approved and given at the location shown. 
For administrative purposes, the following program 
is attached to John Adams Communtiy College Center. 



Class : Paramedic 

Location: 1860 Hayes Street 

Instructor: Mary Allen 

No. of Sessions: 9 

Hours per Session: Various 

Fee per Session: 2 @ $200.00 each, 2 @ $100.00 each, 

1 @ $80.00, 1 @ $75.00, 3 @ $60.00 each. 
12/10/81-1/5/82 
Richard Allen, Pattie Cole, Tom Gavin, 
Robert Navarro, Boyd Stephens, Herman 
Uhley, Anna Webster 



Period of Time: 
Group Leaders: 



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COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 






811215-K15 
Amendment 



RESOLVED: That the following resolutions, 
pertaining to Temporary Appointments, be amended 
in part only to correct the names shown. 



RESOLUTION NO. CENTER 



811102-K1 
811020-K1 



SHOWN 



SHOULD BE 



19 Adams JANET WELCH JANET WELSH 

20 Adams JOHN SCHMIDT JAMES SCHMIDT 



811215-K16 
Appointment 
1st Year 
Contract 



811215-K17 
Assignment 
Long-Term 
Substitute 



RESOLVED: That effective December 1, 1981, 
DORENE I. COTTER, be appointed a Schedule II first year 
(probationary) Instructor, assigned to Galileo Community 
College Center (Handicapped Programs) subject Communication 
for the Handicapped. Vice NORMAN WOODBURY retired. Salary 
shall be in accordance with the 1981-82 salary schedule at 
step A, $12,787 per annum. 

RESOLVED: That effective November 2, 1981 thru 
January 29, 1982, PEGGY RENDON be assigned as a Temporary 
Schedule I Long-Term Substitute Counselor at Mission 
Community College Center, in the absence of DIAN VERDUGO, 
new appointment. Salary shall be in accordance with the 
1981-82 salary schedule at Step 6, $17,916 per annum. 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811215-L1 

Amending employment contract for the purpose of 

a) purchasing tax sheltered annuities, or 

b) contributing to tax sheltered custodial accounts, 

for those employees requesting such purchases or contributions 

Presidnet and Members: 

The Governing Board by Resolution No. 791120-B1 has made available 
to its employees the provisions of Section 403(b) of the U. S. Internal Revenue 
Code of 1954 as amended, and Section 17512 of the California Revenue and Taxa- 
tion Code. 

Employees of the San Francisco Community College District may enter 
into an amendment of their employment contracts for the purpose of effecting a 
reduction in the salaries paid to such employees, and that for each employee 
who voluntarily elects to accept such reduction in his or her salary, the San 
Francisco Community College District shall, as directed by such employee, a) 
purchase, with an amount equal to the reduction in salary, a nontransferable 
annuity contract issued by an insurance company selected by the employee, in 
which the employee's rights are nonforfeitable except for failure to pay 
future premiums, and in which all rights under said annuity contracts shall be 
exercisable by the employee concerned, or b) contribute an amount equal to 
such reduction in salary to a custodial account of a custodian selected by the 
employee, in which all rights under said custodial account shall be exercisable 
by the employee concerned. 

The Governing Board by Resolution No. 791120-B1 authorized the 
Chancellor Superintendent, Vice Chancellor - Business, Chief Accountant, or 
Head Accountant to purchase such annuity contracts or contribute to such 
custodial accounts, subject to ratification by the Governing Board. 

The following ratifying resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Governing Board of the San Francisco Community 

College district amend the salary of the following individual 
employee by the amount indicated; this amount will be used to purchase 
or contribute to a tax sheltered annuity or tax sheltered custodial 
account as selected by the employee, complying with the provisions 
of Section 403(b) of the United States Internal Revenue Code, and 
Section 17512 of the California Revenue and Taxation Code; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Governing Board purchase tax sheltered 

annuity contract or contribute to a custodial 
account as selected by the employee complying with the provisions set 
forth above, for the following employee; said purchase or contribution 
to be with the insurance company or the custodian as selected by the 
employee and in the amount directed by the employee to become effective 
as soon as administratively possible. 



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EMPLOYE!-: NO, 



AMOUNT PER MONTH 



Tax Sheltered Annuity 



Bankers Life & Casualty 
Bankers United Life 
Great American Life 
Great West Life 



Kemper Investors Life 
it 

Lincoln National Life 

Mutual Life of New York 

Nationwide Life Ins. Co. 
ii 

Safeco Life Ins. Co. 



Variable Annuity Life 



902430 


$100.00 


018824 


300.00 


044891 


50.00 


011857 


100.00 


028673 


667.00 


030386 


500.00 


038112 


678.00 


015004 


250.00 


022717 


300.00 


012857 


140.00 


027111" 


466.00 


042224 


750.00 


024227 


770.00 


006035 


506.00 


029677 


350.00 


957841 


758.00 


958338 


453.00 


010106 


500.00 


021390 


100.00 


026245 


775.00 


029895 


806.00 


038614 


500.00 


043627 


400.00 


061718 


200.00 


078882 


450.00 


913615 


200.00 


933761 


425.00 


991360 


500.00 



f 



Tax Sheltered Custodial Account 



State Street Bank & Trust 



974699 



300.00 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: 

the amount indicated as 
to employment contract: 



That the Governing Board amend the salary 

of the following individual employees by 

a result of their termination of amendment 



EMPLOYEE NO. 



AMOUNT PER MONTH 



Tax Sheltered Annuity 

Great American Life 
Great West Life 
Lincoln National 
Travelers Insurance 
Variable Annuity Life 



042625 


$850.00 


019084 


386.00 


012863 


200.00 


952546 


133.00 


091385 


725.00 



Recommended for adoption: 



Submitted by, 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 

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Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811216-Q1 

Denying Claim of Gunilla Ella Whitmore 
Against the SFCCD - $334.00 

President and Members: 

The subject claim is for the cost of ambulance ser- 
vice, medical treatment and consultation purportedly necessi- 
tated three days after an alleged robbery of claimant at City 
College. 

District liability has not been established, and it 
is recommended that the claim be denied. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption 

RESOLVED: That the claim of Gunilla Ella Whitmore 

in the sum of $334.00 against the San 
Francisco Community College District be and is 
hereby denied. 

Submitted by, 



James G. Seely 
Legal Counsel 

Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811215-S1 

Adoption of Complaint Procedures in Accordance with 
Government Code Sections 11134-11139.5 Prohibiting 
Unlawful Discrimination in State Funded Programs 

President, and Members: 

Assembly Bill 803 was codified in 1977 as Government Code Sections 
11135-11139.5 to ensure that: 

"No person in the state of California shall, on the basis of ethnic 
group identification, religion, age, sex, color, or physical or 
mental disability, be unlawfully denied the benefits of, or be 
unlawfully subjected to discrimination under, any program or activity 
that is funded directly by the state or receives any financial 
assistance from the state." 

The Board of Governors adopted Title 5 Regulations in Decemher, 1980, 
to be effective July 1, 1981, to effectuate the intent of AB 803. Pursuant 
to the Title 5 Regulations, community college districts are required to establish 
rules and regulations for the investigation and resolution of complaints of 
unlawful discrimination. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That in accordance with the Government Code Sections 
11135-11139.5 and Title 5, Sections 59320-59340, the 
Governing Board of the San Francisco Community College District 
hereby adopts Complaint Procedures which provide for the investi- 
gation of alleged unlawful discrimination. A copy of the Complaint 
Procedures is on file with the Secretary of the Governing Board and 
by this reference is made a part hereof as though fully set forth 
herein. 

Submitted by, 



Yuriko Moriwaki 
Assistant Director 
Certificated Services/ 
Affirmative Action Cpmpliance 



Recommended for adoption: 

Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/ Superintendent 

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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811215-S2 

Modification of Deadline Dates on the Student's Calendar of 
Instruction for the College Division for the Academic Year 
1981-1982 



President and Members: 

The following modification of the deadline dates on the student's 
Calendar of Instruction for the academic year 1981-1982 is submitted for 
adoption. The change is intended to eliminate the confusion and misinformation 
that has resulted from maintaining different deadlines for tuition refunds and 
dropping classes. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the last day to file a petition to reduce the 
number of units in Spring 1982 in order to qualify 
for a tuition refund be changed from February 25, 1982 to 
March 5, 1982. 

Submitted by, 



Judy C. Miner, Assistant Dean 
Admissions and Records 



Bernard Foston, Assistant Dean 
Veterans, Dependents, and Nonresidents 



Rosa G. Perez, Vice President 
Student Services 



Recommended for Adoption: 



Herbert: M. Suss man 
Chance I lor/Superintendent 



Kenneth S. Washington, President 
City College of San Francisco 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811215-S3 

Fifth Year Report to the Accrediting Commission of 
the Western Association of Schools and Colleges 

President and Members: 

The San Francisco Community College has completed its fifth year 
self-study review culminating in the report which will be sent to the Ac- 
crediting Commission of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. 
The report was prepared through the work of committees of faculty, admin- 
istrators and classified staff at City College of San Francisco and the 
Community College Centers. The report gives our response to the 1977 
self-study document in accord with the guidelines set-forth by the Commission. 

Unfortunately, no document of this type can adequately capture 
the enthusiasm and dedication with which so many members of the San 
Francisco Community College community worked during the last year on this 
self-study effort. The Planning Day in September 1981 at both the College 
and the Centers included a discussion of the draft report allowing everyone 
the opportunity to participate. 

On March 22-24, 1982 a team under the chairmanship of Dr. Bill Priest, 
Chancellor Emeritus, Dallas Community College, will visit the College and the 
Centers to validate our findings. In June 1982, the Accrediting Commission 
will meet to consider reaffirmation of our accreditation. 

Upon certification of this report, copies will be printed for dis- 
tribution to the Accrediting Commission and the staff. Therefore the follow- 
ing resolution is recommended. 

BE IT RESOLVED: That recognition is given to the broad 

participation of faculty, administrators and 
classified staff in the accreditation self-study effort. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: That the self-study report resulting 

from the accreditation self-study effort 
accurately reflects the nature and substance of the San Francisco 
Community College District. 

Recommended for adoption: Submitted by: 



Herbert M. Sussman Judith Moss 

Chancellor Superintendent for the Accreditation Executive Committee 



Kenneth S. Washington 
President, City College 



Laurent Broussal 

President, Community College Centers 

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The Honorable Governing Board of the 
San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811215-W1 

Authorization to enter into a rental agreement with 
Claire Lilienthal Cooperative Nursery School for 
the use of space by State Preschool Program. 

President and Members: 

The State Preschool Program will be using approximately 900 square 
feet of space at Claire Lilienthal Cooperative Nursery School, 3950 Sacramento 
Street, San Francisco, to conduct State Preschool classes. Rent shall be $65.00 
per month including all maintenance, utilities and custodial services. 

It is recommended that the following resolution be adopted: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice Chancellor, 

Business, are hereby authorized to enter into a rental 
agreement with Claire Lilienthal Cooperative Nursery School, 3950 
Sacramento Street, San Francisco, for the use of approximately 900 
square feet of floor space; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the rental for the use of said space shall 

be at $65.00 per month to include all mainte- 
nance, utilities and custodial services. The term of the rental agree- 
ment shall be from September 1, 1981 thru June 30, 1982; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Lessee not be responsible for damage 

by fire, earthquake, the elements, or enemy 
attack, including any action taken by the military, naval, or air forces 
of the United States, except, however, that the Lessee shall be respon- 
sible for damage by its own negligence; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That no obligation on the part of the San 

Francisco Community College District shall 
arise under this agreement unless performed under the authority of 
a "Term Purchase Agreement" issued by the District and approved by the 
Real Estate Department for and on the behalf of the Community College 
District, and duly certified as to funds by the Controller of said City 
and County pursuant to the provisions of Sections 6.302 of the Charter 
of said City and County. 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 

Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 
12/15/81 - Wl 



Submitted by: 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 

Community College Centers 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



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The Honorable Governing Board of the 
San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 811215-W2 

Authorization to enter into rental agreements for 
the use by John O'Connell Community College Center, 



President and Members : 

John O'Connell Community College Center has been using facilities owned by 
respective unions for their apprenticeship programs (bricklayers, electrical, car- 
pentry, f loorcovering, plumbing, structural ironworks, and sheet metal). The District 
pays for instruction and related costs. 

Some equipment of the trade, all maintenance, utilities and custodial services 
for said facilities are provided by the Lessor. Tentative rental agreement has been 
reached with the following unions for the fiscal year 1981-1982. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice Chancellor, Business 
are hereby authorized to enter into the following rental agreements 



Lessor 



Address 



Bricklayers Joint Apprenticeship Committee - 400 Alabama St., S. F. 94110 



Electrical " 
Carpentry " 
Floorcovering " 
Plumbing " 
Structural Ironworks Joint 
Apprenticeship Committee 



- 1850 Mission St., S.F. 94103 

- 2000 16th St. , S.F. 94110 

- 1066 Valencia St., S.F. 94110 

- 1621 Market St., S.F. 94103 

- 444 Potrero Ave., S.F. 94110 



7. Sheet Metal Joint Apprenticeship Committee - 1939 Market St., S. F. 94103 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the rental for the use of said facilities shall 

be $0.16 per actual student clock hour of attendance. 
All maintenance, utilities and custodial services are provided by Lessor. The 
term of the rental agreement shall be from July 1, 1981 thru June 30, 1982. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Lessee not be responsible for damage by fire 

earthquake, the elements, or enemy attack, including 
any action taken by the military, naval, or air forces of the United States, 
except, however, that the Lessee shall be responsible for damage by its negli- 
gence ; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That no obligation on the part of the San Francisco 

Community College District shall arise under this 
agreement unless performed under the authority of a "Term Purchase Agreement" 
issued by the District and approved by the Real Estate Department for and on 
the behalf of the Community College District, and duly certified as to funds 
by the Controller of the City and County of San San Francisco pursuant to the 
provisions of Section 6.302 of the Charter of said City and County. 



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Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



June Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Submitted by: 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 

Community College Centers 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 






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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 



INFORMATIONAL REPORT 
NO ACTION NECESSARY 



Subject: Chancellor/Superintendent Report - December 15, 1981 
Sabbatical Leaves - Spring 1982 



President and Members: 



The following certificated personnel have been granted sabbatical leaves 
under the SFCCD/AFT Local 2121 contract for the periods shown: 



CITY COLLEGE OF SAN FRANCISCO 

1. Aron, Marcia S. 

2. Coletti, Gerard M. 

3. Johnson, Embree R. 

4. Kerr, Keith H. 

5. Madden, James H. 

6. Miller, Charles 

7. Plotkowski, Robert 

8. Thorn, Joe W. 

9. Allen, Gary P. 

10. Gragg, Jerry L. 

1 1 . Kan , Jimmy 

12. Marcus, Donald 

13. Travis, Norman M. 

14. Dugre, Donald H. 

15. Hoskins, William 

16. Kobayashi, Mary J. 

17. Laddin, Laurence 

18. Lallas, James M. 

19. Bristol, James 
COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



Spring 1982 (2nd half of split) 
Spring 1982 (2nd half of full year) 



Spring 1982 (One Semester) 



II 


II 


II 


II 


II 


II 



Spring 1982 (1st half of split) 



Spring & Fall 1982 (Full Year) 



1. Butler, Marlene 

2. Kolenda, Guadalupe 

3. Larson, Penelope 

4. Slattery, Lenore 

5. Amour, Scott 

6. Farrar, Stamps 

7. Klein, Sybel 

8. Chase, Estrella N. 

9. Coleman, Donald B. 
10. White, Thomas P. 



Spring 1982 (2nd half of full year) 
it ti 



Spring 1982 (1st half of split) 



Spring & Fall 1982 (Full Year) 



The following are completing the 2nd half of a deferred/make-up split 
sabbatical in Spring 1982: 



CITY COLLEGE OF SAN FRANCISCO: 



COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



1. Marshall, Sylvie 2. Moorhouse, Stephen 

3. Schalit, Rae Sal 

1. Ilyin, Donna 2. Robinson, John 



12/15/81 - Report 



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